• Chord Analysis: The Ab Dominant Seventh Chord

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    Here’s a breakdown on the Ab dominant seventh chord (and specifically the Abdom7/C chord) that we featured as the chord of the day.

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    Are You A Beginner Looking For Scales To Improvise With? Here’s Where To Start

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    If you’re a beginner and you’re interested in learning easy scales to improvise with, then this lesson is for you.

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    Chord Analysis: The Db Major Chord

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    We’re dissecting the Db major chord in this lesson: its name, scale source, class of harmony, and inversion.

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    Top Two Reasons Why I Think Beginners Should Focus On Learning Major Chords

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    Find out the top two reasons why beginners should focus on learning major chords in this lesson.

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    The 50-50 Approach To Learning Chords In The Major Key

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    Learning chords in the major key can be challenging if you don’t know the 50-50 approach we’re covering in this lesson.

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    Introduction To The HearandPlay “Christmas On The Piano” Series

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    If you’d love to join the Christmas on the piano series, then you don’t have to miss this introductory lesson.

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    Week #1: “Here Are The Notes, Key, And Scale You’ll Be Needing This Christmas”

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    Have you learned the notes, key, and scale you’ll be needing this holiday season yet? This lesson is for you if your answer is “no.”

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