Chords Chord Progressions 201 TUTORiAL
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 13 lectures (1h 17m) | Size: 1.57 GB
From inversions to inner voice leading, this course will help you amplify your approach to harmony
What you’ll learn
Explore intermediate level chord progressions and cadences
Apply inversions to your progressions
Understand the beginning stages of applying melody to your harmony
Analyze various chords types: 5 chords, 6 chords, sus chords, etc.
Learn when to omit notes and how inner voice leadings work
These classes are designed to act as a reference of material to help ease the learning process for beginner-intermediate level composers and performers hoping to learn more about harmony. In this course we will be taking your knowledge of chords, and the movement between chords, and discussing how to get to the next pofessional level.
Whether you want to spice up your favorite progressions, or just get some ideas as to what progressions resonate with you, this course has you covered. We even start to discuss how melody relates to harmony, to give some insight as to how to further develop harmonic application.
– Play chord progressions efficiently with inversions
– Connect your harmony through inner voice leading
– Spice up the progressions you know with new chord types
– Learn when to omit notes to de-clutter your progressions
– Learn more about how to add tension to progressions with dominant 7th chords/
We cover a range of material that is designed to either help you establish your foundational knowledge about harmony, or further fill out your understanding of harmony. So, start by reviewing the class titles and see if the content in this course might help you advance as a composer/performer/pianist.
So let’s dive in and amp up your theoretical knowledge around this dense topic!
Who this course is for
Pianists and composers looking to further develop their understanding of chords, chord progressions, and harmony.
Other chord based instrumentalists can also benefit from this material, but know that it is explained in a piano-based environment.
It’s preferred that you’ve taken the 101 level of this course beforehand, but intermediate level pianists may find that they can jump right into this course.
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