• 2-5-1 Chord Progressions To End Your Favorite Christmas Songs With

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    In today’s lesson, you’ll be learning how to end your favorite Christmas songs using the classic 2-5-1 chord progression.

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    Here’s The Chord Progression Every Church Musician Must Not Be Without, And Why

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    At the end of this lesson, you’ll effortlessly play the most common chord progression every church musician must not be without.

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    Passing Chords 103: Application Of Passing Chords In Hymn Songs

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    This lesson is designed to give you a proper introduction to the application of passing chords in hymn songs.

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    Revealed: The Magic Number In Root Progressions

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    In this lesson, you’ll discover the magic number in root progressions and take your playing to the next level with it.

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    How To Approach An Unfamiliar Hymn In 4 Steps

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    In today’s lesson, we’ll be learning how to approach an unfamiliar hymn in 4 steps.

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    You Can Hardly Play Three Hymns Without The Chromatic Supertonic Chord

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    In this lesson, we’ll be looking at how the chromatic supertonic chord is applied in hymns.

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    How To Figure Out The First Note In the Melody Of A Song Using Stable Tones

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    If you need a practical, down-to-earth, and reliable method that can help you determine the first note in the melody of a song, this lesson is for you.

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