• Do You Know The Three Most Important Chord Types In The Major Key And Why?

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    Find out (in this lesson) what the most important chord types in the major key are.

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    This Chromatic Warm Up Exercise Has Helped Many Beginner And Intermediate Players

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    Add an extra dimension to your daily practice routine using this chromatic warm up exercise for beginners and intermediate players.

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    The 12 Days Of Christmas Series — Unlocking Right Hand Chords For Bass Notes In The Key Of C Major

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    If you’re interested in unlocking right hand chords for every bass note on the keyboard, then this 12 days of Christmas is for you.

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    Exposed: The Three Aspects Of The “Hear And Play” Philosophy

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    Learn about the processes associated with the hear and play philosophy — perception, recognition, and execution.

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    Ask Dr. Pokey: “What Is Tonal Music?”

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    This introductory lesson on tonal music will show you step-by-step what the concept of key and tonality is all about.

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    Here’s What The Top Players Won’t Tell You About Extended Chords

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    Discover the reason why extended chords are not applicable in all songs, styles, and situations.

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    A 5-Second Approach To The Formation Of The Major Scale Using Tetrachords

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    Discover the secret to the formation of the major scale using tetrachords.

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