• Who Else Wants To Learn About The Tone Of Disjunction?

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    This introductory lesson will provide you with some basic information on the tone of disjunction.

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    Cyclical Chord Progressions: How To Apply 3-7-3 And 7-3-7 Chord Skeletons

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    Want to sound jazzy? You’ll do well to learn (in this lesson) how chord skeletons can be used to approach cyclical chord progressions.

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    What Does The Melodic Minor Scale Have In Common With The Major And Minor Scale?

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    Find out the secret relationship between the melodic minor scale and two other traditional scales.

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    Enharmonic Relationship: “Is E# The Same As F?” (The Yes, The No, And The Reasons)

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    With a thorough understanding of the enharmonic relationship between notes that you’ll gain in this lesson, you’ll be able to answer questions like this.

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    Chord Progressions: Have You Learned The Three Hand Positions For Beginners?

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    Discover the three hand positions for beginners and the chords to be played in those hand positions in this lesson.

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    The Differences Between The Parallel Minor Key And The Relative Minor Key

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    Discover the key difference between the parallel minor key and the relative minor key in this lesson.

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    Exposed: Multiple Diatonic Chords For Every Bass Note On The Keyboard

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    There are 21 multiple diatonic chords to learn in this lesson in addition to the deep insight on how diatonic chords are determined.

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