• Demystified: “Part-Over-Root” Voicings of the Minor Seventh Chord

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    Learn how to use the “part-over-root” voicing technique to form the minor seventh chord in all 12 keys by simply knowing major triads.

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    What are Subsidiary Chords?

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    Subsidiary chords are chords that are related to a given chord in terms of harmonic function. Learn all about them in this lesson.

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    Week 6: Minor Sixth Chord + Chord Cheat Sheet

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    Welcome to this week’s lesson on minor sixth chord. The minor sixth chord is essentially a minor triad with an added tone – major sixth.

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    2-5-1 Progression: “A & B” Voicing Technique vs Skeleton Voicings

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    In today’s lesson, we’ll be covering how play the famous 2-5-1 progression with A & B skeleton voicings.

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    “Part-Over-Root” Voicings Of The Major Seventh Chord In All 12 Keys

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    Let’s explore a quick and easy way to voice the major seventh chord in all 12 keys using the “part-over-root” voicing technique.

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    The Minor 2-5-1 Chord Progression vs the 7-3-6 Chord Progression

    7-3-6 Chord Progression

    Today, we’ll be considering the relationship between the minor 2-5-1 progression and the 7-3-6 chord progression

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    Week 5: Major Sixth Chord + Chord Cheat Sheet

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    Our focus today is on the various ways to form the major sixth chord and how to play it in all 12 keys.

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