• Ask Dr. Pokey: “Why Do Musicians Have A Favorite Key?”

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    Do you want to know why so many keyboard-playing musicians have a favorite key? Kindly read this blog.

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    Four Goals Beginners And Intermediate Players Should Have While Learning Chords

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    In the process of learning chords, there are areas that beginners and intermediate players should focus on and we’re covering them in this lesson.

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    Great Is Thy Faithfulness: These Progressions Will Blow Your Mind [Intermediate Players Only]

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    Learn chord progressions that you can INSTANTLY spice the hymn song “great is thy faithfulness” up with.

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    The Reharmonization Of Hymns: Yeah Or Nay?

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    Share your thoughts on the pros and cons of the reharmonization of hymns in this interactive lesson.

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    A Dozen Chords In Your Favorite Key (Intermediate Keyboardists Only)

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    So, you’re interested in learning a dozen chords in your favorite key? This lesson is for you.

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    Share Your Thoughts: Eyes, Hands, Feet, Ears, or Mind – What’s Most Important?

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    You’ll find out what’s most important to you as a musician in this interactive lesson.

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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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