• An Introduction To The Chromatic Harmony Of Blues Music

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    If you’re interested in learning about the chromatic harmony of blues music, then this lesson is for you.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Learning Creative Fourth Voicings For Both Hands?

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    In today’s lesson, we’ll be looking at creating fourth voicings for both hands.

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    A Classical Perspective To The Resolution Of The Tritone

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    We’re covering the ins-and-outs of the resolution of the tritone from a classical point of view.

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    How To Play A Spicier 1-6-2-5 Chord Progression With Primary Chords

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    In today’s lesson, you’ll find out how you can use primary chords (of the first, fourth, and fifth degrees) to play the classic 1-6-2-5 chord progression.

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    Five Functions Of Dominant Seventh Chords Every Musician Should Know

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    At the end of this lesson, you’ll understand the functions of dominant seventh chords.

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    Don’t Go Into Chord Formation If You Don’t Know These Three Classes Of Harmony

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    There are three important classes of harmony that every musician must know before delving into chord formation, and we’re covering them in this lesson.

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    A Lesson On How To Play Cyclical Progressions Using Three Note Voicings

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    In this lesson, we’ll be exploring how we can play cyclical progressions using three note voicings.

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