• We’ve Figured Out The Secret Relationship Between Black Keys And White Keys For You

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    The relationship between black keys and white keys that you’re about to discover will revolutionize your understanding of the concept of key-signature.

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    Who Else Is Interested In Learning What The Backdoor Dominant Chord Is?

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    If you need to understand what the backdoor dominant chord is, where it’s derived, and how to form it in the major key, then this lesson is for you.

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    Here’s The Relationship Between The Tertian Harmony And The 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    Discover the secret relationship between the tertian harmony and the 2-5-1 chord progression in this lesson.

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    The Three Ts Of The Octave — The Tetrachord, Tritone, And The Tone Of Disjunction

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    Take your knowledge of the octave to another level in this lesson on the essential theoretical concepts associated with the octave.

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    How To Play Extended Minor Chords For The 3-chord In The Major Key

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    In this lesson, I’ll show you, step-by-step, how to play extended minor chords for the 3-chord in the major key. In a previous lesson, I described the 3-chord as the most complicated chord in the minor key and also explained to you why this is so. In this lesson, I’ll be going a step further […]

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    Jazz Improvisation: The “Avoid Note” And Scale Options That Keep Them Away

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    You don’t have to think about the avoid note while improvising over the 2-5-1- chord progression using the scale options we’re covering in this lesson.

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    Who Else Wants To Know The Differences Between A “7-chord” and A “7th chord”?

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    This lesson is for you if you’re interested in understanding the differences between a 7-chord and a 7th chord.

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