• The Classification Of Triads According To Stability

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    Discover how the concept of stability is used in the classification of triads: major, minor, diminished, and augmented triads.

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    The Reharmonization Of Hymns: Yeah Or Nay?

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    Share your thoughts on the pros and cons of the reharmonization of hymns in this interactive lesson.

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    Quick Insights On The Male And Female Voices Of The Seventh Chord

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    We’re taking you by the hand and breaking down the male and female voices of the seventh chord in this lesson.

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    Exposed: Top Four Uses Of The Music Clock

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    This lesson provides you with useful insights on the uses of the music clock with four different examples.

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    Theoretical Proofs That C# And Db Are Different Tones

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    This lesson will show you the clear difference between C# and Db irrespective of the enharmonic equivalence between them.

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    How To Form Dominant Chords With 4 Major Seventh Chord Types

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    This lesson is for intermediate players who are interested in learning how to form dominant chords.

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    Spell Check: How Well Do You Know The Tones Of The F#/Gb Major Scale?

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    Read this spell check lesson to find out how well you know the F# and Gb major scale.

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