• A Lesson On Six-Three And Six-Four Chords

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    This lesson is for you if you’re interested in learning what six-three and six-four chords are.

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    Figured Bass 102: Figuration of Keyboard Style Triads

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    In this lesson, you’ll earn how to distinguish root position chords from first and second inversion using the figuration of triads.

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    How to Strengthen a Triad

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    In today’s lesson, we’re going to focus on how to strengthen a triad by using the concept of inversion.

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    Yet another way to spice up your chords without knowing anything new

    Lately, we’ve been talking about sevenths and ninth chords.

    Today, I want to show you a simple way to spice up your ninth chords using seventh chords. Specifically, I want to deal with the minor ninth chord…

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    How to use 6-4 chords in real chord progressions

    Yesterday, we had a blast learning about 6-4 chords. Basically, they are major chords with their fifths as the lowest note.

    For example, if you’re about to play a C major chord —in this case, just simply play G as the lowest note with C major on top and you’ve got yourself a 6-4 chord. Simple right? Now, here’s the big deal…

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    Who else wants to learn what 6-4 chords are?

    advancedmusiciansmall.jpgToday, I want to talk about the “6-4” chord. Usually, it’s written with the 6 on top of the 4 (something like 64) but I’ll just use “6-4” to make things easier. Here’s the thing…

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