• 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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    Ask Dr. Pokey: “What Are The Exact Number Of Tones In A Chord?”

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    If you’ve always wanted to know the exact number of tones in a chord, then this lesson is written with you in mind.

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    Four Goals Beginners And Intermediate Players Should Have While Learning Chords

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    In the process of learning chords, there are areas that beginners and intermediate players should focus on and we’re covering them in this 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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    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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    Tonal Organization: Notes, Scales, Intervals, Chords, Chord Progressions, Songs

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    We’re covering the ins and outs of the six levels of tonal organization in this lesson.

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    Skeleton In The “Chordboard”

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    In this lesson, we’ll discuss what the skeleton of a chord is and how to identify chord types by using just two distinct tones of the chord.

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