• Scale Quiz 1: Test Your Knowledge Of The Major Scale

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    Test your knowledge of the major scale in this quiz lesson.

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    The Warm-Up Session: 90% Of The Musicians I’ve Come Across Skip This

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    Find out more about the warm-up session in this lesson.

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    A Breakdown Of The Sol-fa Notes Of Your Favorite Hymns

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    In today’s lesson, you’ll learn the sol-fa notes of your favorite hymns and how they can be played in several keys.

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    Harmonization 202: “Drop-2 Voicings” Of Neighboring Chord Couples

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    In this lesson, you’ll hit your next level in the harmonization of the major scale with the use of neighboring chord couples and the drop-2 voicing concept.

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    Harmonization Of The Major Scale Using Third And Sixth Intervals

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    In today’s lesson, we’ll be exploring the harmonization of the major scale using third and sixth intervals.

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    What Charles Barkley Could Teach You About Playing Major Scales Flawlessly

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    In this lesson, we explore fingering for half of the major scales using the number Charles Barkley wore on his jersey!

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    5 Ways To Improve Your Left Hand

    If you’re like most musicians, you probably struggle with your left hand.

    Unless left-handed, chances are you have a disproportionately stronger, more coordinated right hand. And if you learned to play piano with single bass notes on the left hand and full chords on the right (as many of us do), you kinda get stuck in your ways.

    So when it comes to playing two-hand chord voicings, utilizing the left hand just as much or MORE than the right hand — what can you do to improve it? Here are five things to get you started:

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