• Here Are Three Reliable Ways To Enhance The Major 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    If you’re interested in learning how to enhance the major 2-5-1 chord progression, then you need to check out this lesson.

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    Tonal Organization: Notes, Scales, Intervals, Chords, Chord Progressions, Songs

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    We’re covering the ins and outs of the six levels of tonal organization in this lesson.

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    How To Create A Static Section With Just Four Chords

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    Learn how to create a static section (a hymn technique) with just four chords in this lesson.

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    Who Else Wants To Play Spicier Cyclical Progressions?

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    Discover step-by-step in this lesson, how you can play spicier cyclical progressions with absolute ease.

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    Ninth Day Of Christmas: Nine Variations of the 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    In this lesson, we explore nine variations of the 2-5-1 progression with regular and extended altered chords.

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    First Day Of Christmas: One Octave

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    In this post, we’ll look at the all-encompassing nature of the octave and how it contains everything you need in music: notes, scales, chords, and progressions.

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    Introducing Music’s Favorite Motion

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    If you take inventory of all the songs you know and analyze what your left-hand bass is doing, you’ll undoubtedly discover that most movements are that of fourth intervals. A perfect fourth to be exact. What is a perfect fourth interval? The easiest way is to think of it is the 4th tone of any […]

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