• Top Three Substitutions Every Creative Keyboardist Must Not Be Without

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    There are essential substitutions that every creative keyboardist must know. Find them out 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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    How To Form Dominant Chords With 4 Major Seventh Chord Types

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    This lesson is for intermediate players who are interested in learning how to form dominant chords.

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    These Exercises Will Help You To Master The Major 2-5-1 Chord Progression In All Keys

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    Have you tried to master the major 2-5-1 chord progression using ninth chords in all the keys yet?

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    You Too Can Harmonize The Major Scale Like A PRO!!!

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    We’re exploring three advanced approaches that top players harmonize the major scale with.

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