• You Too Can Harmonize The Major Scale Like A PRO!!!

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    We’re exploring three advanced approaches that top players harmonize the major scale with.

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    Exposed: The Application Of Primary Chords

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    If you’re interested in learning about the application of primary chords, you’re on the right page. But before we get into the application of primary chords, let’s invest some time in refreshing our minds on what primary chords are. A Short Note On Primary Chords Every key has seven unique scale-tone chords that are formed […]

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    Harmonization 202: “Drop-2 Voicings” Of Neighboring Chord Couples

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    In this lesson, you’ll hit your next level in the harmonization of the major scale with the use of neighboring chord couples and the drop-2 voicing concept.

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    Harmonization Of The Major Scale Using Third And Sixth Intervals

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    In today’s lesson, we’ll be exploring the harmonization of the major scale using third and sixth intervals.

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    Keyboard Harmony 101: The Fundamental Precepts Of Harmony

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    In today’s lesson, we’ll be looking at the fundamental precepts of keyboard harmony that can help you to harmonize the major scale.

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    The Harmonic Value Of The Dominant Ninth Chord

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    Discover the harmonic value of the dominant ninth chord in this lesson, and how you can use it to harmonize the major scale.

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    Harmonization 201: The Neighboring Chord Couple Concept

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    Today, we’ll be doing some serious work on harmonization using the neighboring couple concept.

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