• Here’s How “The Fantastic Four” Are Classified According To Tonality

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    Learn about the classification of triads according to tonality in this lesson.

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    A Lesson On The Structural Differences Between The Major And Minor Triad

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    In this lesson, you’ll definitely learn more about the differences between the major and minor triad.

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    The Fantastic Four: Are You Finding It Difficult To Master These 48 Triads?

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    This lesson is for you if you’re interested in mastering the fantastic four (which is basically made up of all the triad types in all the keys).

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    Do You Want To Master All Major Triads? Do This Exercise

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    Discover the warm-up exercise that has helped so many musicians master all major triads.

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    6 Exercises That Are Helping Beginners Master Major And Minor Triads

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    Here’s a lesson with 6 exercises that will help you master major and minor triads in all twelve keys.

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    Congratulations! You Too Can Master Primary Triads In All Inversions

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    If you’re interested in mastering primary triads in all inversions, then you need to read this lesson.

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    Beginners | Have You Mastered These 48 Essential Triads Yet?

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    Learn the 48 essential triads every keyboardist must be familiar with.

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