• Chord Quality Substitution For Intermediate Piano Players

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    This lesson is for any intermediate keyboard player who is interested in chord quality substitution.

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    FAQ: Why Is It Called The Dominant Seventh Chord?

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    Learn more about the dominant seventh chord and why it’s named a “dominant seventh chord” in this lesson.

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    Three Chord Qualities Every Pianist Needs To Take Seriously

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    We’re highlighting three chord qualities every pianist needs in this lesson.

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    How To Determine Whether A Chord Is Major Or Minor

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    It’s possible to determine whether a chord is major or minor using third intervals.

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    Fourth Day Of Christmas: Four Triad Qualities

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    A triad is a generic name used to describe chords that have a total of 3 notes per octave. Let’s explore the 4 qualities of triads: major, minor, diminished, and augmented.

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