• Exposed: The Identity, Tonality, And Stability Of A Triad

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    Learn more about the identity, tonality, and stability of a triad in this lesson.

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    A Lesson On The Classification Of Scales

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    We’re exploring the classification of scales according to culture area, usage, note aggregate, etc., in this lesson.

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    The Two Most Important Components Of A Key

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    There are two most important components of a key and we’re exploring them in this lesson.

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    A Contrast Between The Diatonic And The Chromatic

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    In this lesson, we’re doing a contrast between the diatonic and the chromatic, and exploring the relationship between them.

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    Revealed: Why You Can’t “Easily” Play In Major Keys Like D#, G#, A#, And So On.

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    In this lesson, you’ll find out the reason why certain major keys are difficult to play in.

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    Exposed: The Eight Components In A Key Every Musician Should Know

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    In this lesson, you’ll learn more about tonality by exploring the eight components in a key and their relationship with the key.

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    Tonality: A Proper Introduction To The Concept Of Key & Scale

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    In today’s lesson, we’re covering the ins and outs of the concept of key from historical and practical perspectives.

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