• This Warm-Up Exercise Is Helping Musicians Master Modulation In Half-Steps

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    Here’s an important warm-up exercise that will not only get you acquainted with primary chords, but will also show you how to modulate in half-steps.

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    Have You Learned These Six Chords Every Beginners Should Know?

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    There are six chords every beginner should know and we have covered them in this lesson.

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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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    Here’s What Beginners Should Know About The Accompaniment Of Songs

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    If you’re a beginner and you’re still struggling with the accompaniment of songs, this lesson would give you a proper introduction to it.

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    The Structural Differences And Functional Similarities Between Primary And Secondary Chords In The Major Key

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    In today’s lesson, you’ll be learning the differences and similarities between primary and secondary chords in the major key.

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    How To Play A Spicier 1-6-2-5 Chord Progression With Primary Chords

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    In today’s lesson, you’ll find out how you can use primary chords (of the first, fourth, and fifth degrees) to play the classic 1-6-2-5 chord progression.

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    Keyboard Harmony 102 : Taking Your Chordal Vocabulary Beyond Primary Chords

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    We’ll be going beyond primary chords in this lesson to learn spicy dominant chords we can connect them with in this lesson.

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