• Advanced Chords And Progressions: “It Is Well With My Soul” [Key Of Ab Major]

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    If you’re interested in turning heads with some advanced chords and progressions, then you have to check this reharmonization lesson out.

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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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    Here’s Why You Can NEVER Go Wrong With The 2-5-1 Chord Progression

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    We’re exploring the power of the 2-5-1 chord progression; which is arguably the strongest chord progression in tonal music.

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    Introduction To The Concept Of Root Progressions

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    This introductory lesson on root progressions will define what root progressions are, and explain how they are determined.

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    Exposed: Top Four Uses Of The Music Clock

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    This lesson provides you with useful insights on the uses of the music clock with four different examples.

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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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    Exposed: The Six Levels Of Tonal Organization

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    Learn about the six levels of tonal organization — notes, scales, intervals, chords, chord progressions, and songs — in this lesson.

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