• The Two Most Important Components Of A Key

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    There are two most important components of a key and we’re exploring them in this lesson.

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    Exposed: The Eight Components In A Key Every Musician Should Know

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    In this lesson, you’ll learn more about tonality by exploring the eight components in a key and their relationship with the key.

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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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    A Breakdown Of The Dominant Chord

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    In this lesson, we’re covering dominant chords – formation, structure, function, and more.

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    What Are Scale Degree or Technical Names?

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    Learn about technical names that music scholars associate the tones of the scale with – the tonic, supertonic, mediant, dominant and more.

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    Eighth Day Of Christmas: Eight Extended Dominant Chord Species

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    In this lesson, we’ll cover 8 extended dominant chord qualities using upper structures that you can put to work for you right away.

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    Here’s a quick and easy refresher on tertian chords

    As you may know from past lessons, tertian chords are built on thirds.

    This is majority of the chords you’ll play since almost every common chord (like major, minor, dominant, diminished, augmented, and even most altered chords) are built on thirds.

    In this post, I wanted to provide a quick refresher on some of the most common tertian chords.

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