• Here Are 48 Scales Every Serious Pianist MUST be Familiar With

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    There are scales every serious pianist must learn and we’re covering 48 of them in this lesson.

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    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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    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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    Do You Spell These Major Scales Wrongly?

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    In this lesson, we’ll be looking at the proper spelling of major scales. Find out if you spell these major scales wrongly.

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    Here’s A Method Helping Musicians Master Traditional Scales By Learning Only 50% Of Them

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    If you are looking for a reliable method that can help you master traditional scales, then this lesson is for you.

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    There’s always a “major” in a “minor”… and a “minor” in a “major!”

    advancedmusiciansmall.jpgToday, I want to share a concept that a lot of beginners still don’t get.

    There’s not much difference in playing major and minor chords when you think the way I think.

    In fact, as the title loudly declares: There’s a major chord in every minor chord and a minor chord in every major chord.

    Sure, this isn’t apparent in smaller triads, but it’s clear in seventh chords and up, when carefully analyzed.

    First, let me start this discussion by showing you how…

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    How to play songs with just two chords and still sound good

    Today, I want to slow down and go the other direction.

    2chordssmall.jpgI wanna talk to my straight beginners in this post! I want to give you guys some hope that if you know just two chords, you can actually sit around the piano or keyboard and have fun with your kids…

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