• Chord Theory: Four Universal Approaches To The Formation Of Chords

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    In this lesson, we’re exploring the universal approaches to the formation of chords: from the most basic to the most advanced.

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    Unleashed: The Power Of Third Intervals Like Never Before

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    Discover the power of third intervals and how it governs the theory of chord formation.

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    Intermediate Players: Passing Chords And Essential 2-5-1 Chord Progressions In The Major Key

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    The major key is replete with 2-5-1 chord progressions and we’re breaking them down in this lesson.

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    Brand New: The “Guinness Voicing” For Jazz And Gospel Keyboardists

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    This introductory lesson on the Guinness voicing concept provides you with all the basic information you need to get started.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Learning How Beginners Apply Suspended Chords?

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    Although there are so many ways to apply suspended chords, we’re focusing on the beginner’s approach.

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    If You Know Major Triads, You Can Figure Out Minor, Augmented, And Diminished Triads

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    Finally…there’s a way to figure out minor, augmented, and diminished triads using major triads.

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    A Lesson On Six Chromatic Variations Of The 6-2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    There variations of the 6-2-5-1 chord progression will give you fanciful turnaround progressions that you can spice up the end of a song with.

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