• A Lesson On The Application Of The Circle Of Fourths And Fifths

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    Our focus in this lesson is on the application of the circle of fourths and fifths.

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    There’s An Easier Way To Memorize The Circle Of Fourths And Fifths

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    In this lesson we’re learning the easiest known way to memorize the circle of fourths and fifths.

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    An Introductory Lesson On The Circle Of Fourths And Fifths

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    Learn the basic concepts behind the circle of fourths and fifths in this lesson.

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    Another Smart Way To Master The Circle Of Fourths And Fifths Using The Whole-Tone Scale

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    In this lesson, you’ll be learning how to master the circle of fourths and fifths using the whole tone scale as a reference.

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    How 7sus4 Chords And The Diminished Matrix Can Help You Master The Circle Of Fourths And Fifths

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    If you’ve always wanted to master the circle of fourths and fifths, then this lesson is for you.

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    Preparing The Left Hand For Cyclical Progressions In Fourths and Fifths

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    In this post, I’ll be exposing you to concepts that will help you understand how the left hand works in cyclical progressions.

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    Using the Circle of Fifths To Learn Your Primary Chords

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    Every key has primary chords and secondary chords. In fact, without even knowing they are called “primary chords,” you’ve probably realized certain chords appear in certain keys more than others. Yup, those chords are the ones built off the 1st, 4th, and 5th degrees of the scale. Consider the C major scale: If you numbered […]

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