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Hi friend,

Hello, this is Jermaine again, the Founder of HearandPlay.com. I would just like to personally welcome you to my 13-day "Chord / Progression of the Day" series and congratulate you on your decision to study various chords and how they are formed!

Listen ... what I am about to show you will literally change your thinking of "chords" forever! ... and with nearly 2-weeks ahead of us, we've got lots of studying to do!

I would also like to point out that I try my best to provide some of the most useful information from my 300-pg course (www.HomePianoCourse.com). However, if you feel that you need additional exercises to supplement the online lessons that I provide to you, feel free to read about my new 300-pg "The Secrets to Playing Piano By Ear" course (www.HomePianoCourse.com) as it includes 20 chapters of insider secrets, techniques, principles, concepts, and tips to playing the piano by ear.
 

Does that sound like a good deal to you? So don't forget, if you feel the need to study the daily topics "even further", please visit: http://www.HomePianoCourse.com


Meanwhile, today's tip is a chord progression:

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#1 of 13


"The Famous 2-5-1 Chord Progression"



a) Dmin9 Chord (pronounced "D minor ninth chord")

Bass = D

Right hand = F + A + C + E



b) G13 chord (pronounced "G thirteenth chord")

Bass = G

Right hand = F + A + C + E

Note: This is the same chord above but since the bass is different, the chord is titled "G13" instead of "Dmin9."



c) Cmaj9 chord (pronounced "C major ninth chord")

Bass = C

Right hand = E + G + B + D



Now, play each chord consecutively (right after the other)...

Dmin9 --> G13 --> Cmaj9


*** This type of progression is commonly heard in jazz and worship music! I hope you enjoyed ... see you tomorrow!


Thanks for your time,

Jermaine Griggs
Founder of  http://www.Hearandplay.com
webmaster@hearandplay.com
1-877-856-4187

P.S. - This chord progression and a lot more is covered in my 300-pg course. Call for more information!


 

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