• A 5-Second Approach To The Formation Of The Major Scale Using Tetrachords

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    Discover the secret to the formation of the major scale using tetrachords.

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    Answered: “What Is A Tetrachord?”

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    At last, the question “what is a tetrachord” has been answered in this lesson.

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    A Lesson On The Tetrachords Of The Major Scale

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    Our focus in this lesson is on the tetrachords of the major scale.

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    Using the power of tetrachords to play any major scale you want!

    On Friday, I taught you how to look at chords according to the number of notes they have.

    This introduced us to names like “tetrads,” “pentads,” “hexads,” “heptads,” and of course, the “triad.” These are names for collection of notes played at the same time (i.e. – “chords”).

    Today, I want to talk about the other side of things — the names of collection of notes played one after the other (i.e. – “scales”). And specifically, I want to focus on the tetrachord.

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