You’ll learn the upper structure of the A minor seventh chord and seven other chords you can form with the C major triad in this lesson.
If you want to know the definition, classes, and voicing of seventh chords, this lesson is for you.
In today’s lesson, we’re exposing the structure of the minor triad and its intervallic components.
We’ll be going beyond primary chords in this lesson to learn spicy dominant chords we can connect them with in this lesson.
In today’s lesson, we’ll be looking at two unstable major seventh chords and how they can be used in the formation of dominant chords.
In this lesson, you’ll be equipping your left hand by learning how to determine 2-5-1 root progressions using suspended chords.
We’re covering the ins and outs of the Tadd Dameron turnaround progression in this lesson.
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