• Harmony: Keyboard Harmony Vs Vocal Harmony

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    This introductory lesson on vocal harmony will show you the difference between keyboard harmony and vocal harmony.

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    Demystified: The Science Of Chord Progressions In Popular Music

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    Here’s a lesson with an in-depth view on the subject of chord progressions.

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    Who Else Wants To Understand The Difference Between Melody And Harmony?

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    Find out the difference between melody and harmony in this lesson.

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    Don’t Go Into Chord Formation If You Don’t Know These Three Classes Of Harmony

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    There are three important classes of harmony that every musician must know before delving into chord formation, and we’re covering them in this lesson.

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    Note Relationships: Melody and Harmony

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    In this lesson, we explore the role of notes in melody and harmony, direction, motion, intervals, and chords.

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    Beyond Distance: The Second Dimension of Intervals

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    Intervals are vital in the understanding of melody and harmony because they are the relationship between “two” notes – the distance between them.

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    How to Instantly Figure Out Chords to Simple Melodies

    Before I teach you the secrets to instant harmonization of melodies, check out these 2-minute audio examples I created back in December 2003 before the release of my GospelKeys 101 course. These demonstrations will give you a good understanding of the 3 steps and what you’ll be trying to accomplish after reading this newsletter. Harmonizing […]

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