• Dear Musician, All Tritones Are Not The Same And Here’s Why

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    In this lesson, you’ll understand the difference between tritones: the tritone and the inverted tritone.

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    Did You Know The Diminished Seventh Chord Has Two Mutual Tritones?

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    In this post, we’ll be breaking the diminished seventh chord into mutual tritones.

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    The “Devil In Music” – Tritones vs Augmented 4ths & Diminished 5ths

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    There’s an element in music that has generated a lot of controversies over the years. In the Middle Ages (400AD – 1400AD), it was called the “devil in music” (aka – “diabolus in musica”) and in the eighteenth century, playing it could put you at the risk of being excommunicated. That thing is the “tritone.” Learn more about it in this post.

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    Intermediate Players: Here’s How To Apply The Tritone In Worship Songs

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    A special lesson for intermediate musicians who are interested in learning how to apply the tritone in worship songs.

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    How To Imply A Seventh Chord Harmony Using Only Two Notes Your 3 Year Old Can Play

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    Find out how you can imply a seventh chord harmony by just playing two notes that even a 3 year old can play on the piano.

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    Gospel Musicians: The [Extended] Resolution Of The #4-Diminished Seventh Chord

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    Learn more about the classic #4-diminished seventh chord and how it is resolved in this lesson.

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    The Three Ts Of The Octave — The Tetrachord, Tritone, And The Tone Of Disjunction

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    Take your knowledge of the octave to another level in this lesson on the essential theoretical concepts associated with the octave.

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