• A Study On The Classic 6-2-5-1 Turnaround And Its Variations

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    This lesson will show you gospel, jazz, blues, and r ‘n’ b variations of the 6-2-5-1 turnaround progression.

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    A Lesson On The Clustered Voicings Of Scale-Tone Chords

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    Learn several clustered voicings of scale-tone chords in this lesson.

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    Left Hand Chord Voicings For The Intermediate Jazz Pianist

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    This lesson is for you if you’re an intermediate jazz pianist interested in learning about left hand chord voicings.

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    Do You Have The Mental Picture Of Chords Yet?

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    If you’re interested in learning how to develop a mental picture of chords, then this lesson is for you.

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    An Easier Way To Master First Inversion Triads

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    You too can master first inversion triads using the principles you’ll learn in this lesson.

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    Congratulations! You Too Can Master Primary Triads In All Inversions

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    If you’re interested in mastering primary triads in all inversions, then you need to read this lesson.

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    Chord Quality Substitution For Intermediate Piano Players

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    This lesson is for any intermediate keyboard player who is interested in chord quality substitution.

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