• “Nine, Ten, A Big Fat Hen”: A Lesson On The Left Hand For Intermediate Keyboard Players

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    Discover how intermediate keyboard players are using ninths and tenths to enhance their left hand.

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    Mastering The 12 Major Chords On The Keyboard Has Never Been This Easy For Beginners

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    This lesson will provide you with the easiest approach to learning the 12 major chords on the keyboard using color templates.

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    Why Do Musicians Say Stuff Like “Go Down And Eat Bread, Father!”?

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    Find out why phrases like “Go Down And Eat Bread, Father!” is helping a lot of musicians master the circle of fourths and fifths.

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    Who Else Needs Extra Help On Third Intervals?

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    This lesson is for you if you really need some extra help on third intervals.

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    Proven: It Takes Only 5 Major Chords To Harmonize The Major Scale In Three Related Keys

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    Discover one of the secret concepts that you can harmonize the major scale with in all twelve keys with just a little effort.

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    Hymn Breakdown: I Need Thee Every Hour

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    This hymn breakdown covers the harmonization and accompaniment approaches to playing the song “I Need Thee Every Hour”

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    This Approach To The Formation Of The Major Scale Is CRAZY!!!

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    There’s an approach to the formation of the major scale (that a lot of teachers hardly share) that I finally decided to share with you.

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