• Beginners: Forget About Passing Chords And Learn Scale-Degree Chords.

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    This lesson is for you if you want to learn scale-degree chords.

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    Exposed: The Application Of Primary Chords

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    If you’re interested in learning about the application of primary chords, you’re on the right page. But before we get into the application of primary chords, let’s invest some time in refreshing our minds on what primary chords are. A Short Note On Primary Chords Every key has seven unique scale-tone chords that are formed […]

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    Top 3 Chords You Must Know In All Twelve Keys And Why

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    Discover and learn the top 3 chords you need to know in every key in this lesson.

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    Demystified: The Science Of Chord Progressions In Popular Music

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    Here’s a lesson with an in-depth view on the subject of chord progressions.

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    Here Are 48 Scales Every Serious Pianist MUST be Familiar With

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    There are scales every serious pianist must learn and we’re covering 48 of them in this lesson.

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    Here’s How Scales Are Classified According To Note Aggregate

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    We’re focusing on how scales are classified according to note aggregate in this lesson.

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    Exposed: The Identity, Tonality, And Stability Of A Triad

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    Learn more about the identity, tonality, and stability of a triad in this lesson.

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