• A Lesson On The Classification Of Scales

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    We’re exploring the classification of scales according to culture area, usage, note aggregate, etc., in 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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    Learn How to Play Traditional Scales

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    In this lesson, we’re exposing you to long-established scales in music that every serious musician should learn.

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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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    A simple tool from a dedicated student that’ll help you with the number system

    Thanks to Miriam Tierno for making this “Number System” chart. She wanted me to pass this on to other members.

    If you’re not familiar with the importance of the number system, see this report.

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    [VIDEO] The KEY to getting to the next level in your piano playing (FREE link to 28-pg report included)…

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    Get rid of slow, uncoordinated fingers once and for all

    hanonbyearsmall.jpgToday’s post is about increasing your speed, accuracy, independence, and coordination on the piano. I took this video straight from our “Hanon by Ear” course. What’s so different about the course is that it teaches you the century old Hanon techniques without having to read sheet music…

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