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What is a Cadence? The Basics
 
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What is a cadence? In today’s video, we cover some of the main cadences, talk about what they are and their musical function, complete with some popular music examples. Enjoy! --- Blog Post: http://www.pianotv.net/2015/12/what-is-a-cadence-the-basics/ EBOOK (How to practice piano…and like it): http://eepurl.com/bFsqar SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/PianotvNet TWITTER: https://twitter.com/pianotv WEBSITE: www.pianotv.net --- xo, Allysia
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4 Types of Musical Cadences
 
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Views: 54656 Duane Shinn
Vamp Cadence Theory Explained
 
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4 Gospel Cadences with Shereen
 
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Shereen's profile: https://Lessonface.com/Shereen Lessonface teacher Shereen Cheong teaches us four cadences you can use in a worship setting, according to her own experience playing for a weekly church service in Boston. 1:40 - Cadence #1 2:45 - Cadence #2 3:54 - Cadence #3 5:23 - Cadence #4 We have lots and lots of video tutorials coming out in guitar, bass, theory, percussion, piano, voice, and more. If you're not already one of our subscribers, we invite you to subscribe now to get all the latest tips and tutorials from the great musicians who come through our NYC studio. Subscribe to our YouTube channel here: http://bit.ly/Sub2Lessonface If you are seeking more personalized advice, you can find our teachers at Lessonface.com for 1:1 and live group classes, done online and in NYC. https://www.lessonface.com/Online-Music-Lessons
Views: 954 Lessonface
The Most Powerful Harmonic Progression In Music
 
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The Most Powerful Harmonic Progression In Music! We take a look at this amazing chord progression and analyze how it is formed. We also talk about some of the uses. Hope this is useful!
Views: 1059133 Rhythmic Canada
Page 46 Cadence Chords JOHN THOMPSON'S MODERN COURSE FO THE PIANO SECOND GRADE
 
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The Minor 2 5 1 Progression - A Jazz Piano Tutorial
 
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The 2 5 1 harmonic chord progression can be played in a minor variation, in which the root (the 1st degree) is played as a minor chord. This is called the minor 2 5 1 progression, and in this piano lesson we will examine how to mix and match the major and minor variations. This can then be incorporated into your jazz piano playing, harmonies and song reharmonizations. I hope you have fun! If you enjoy, don't forget to share, like, subscribe and recommend this to others. Related Jazz Piano Harmony Lessons: Learn about chord substitutions in music and in jazz piano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKX0cmkWaQM Learn how to modulate between different keys using the 2-5-1 Progression: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WS3BUH_XA3Q My 4-part series on the 2-5-1 progression, the power-house of jazz harmony, which builds up concepts from scratch (you should really watch this if you want to build up your understanding of jazz piano) : Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDHKeUSERuI Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCmVhm8P02k Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tpUHANMacE Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dqvCftV22I Wikipedia is another interesting resource concerning jazz piano, harmony and the 2-5-1 progression. To quote: " ... The authentic cadence (V-I) is the most important in both classical and jazz harmony, though in jazz it more often follows a ii/II chord serving as subdominant. Rawlins and Bahha: "The ii-V-I [progression] provides the cornerstone of jazz harmony" " Direct link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_harmony
Views: 86516 MangoldProject
Adding Chords to a Melody on the Piano - Music Composition
 
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How to find and choose chords to fit a melody you've written. ● Learn music online with Music Matters ➣ http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ● Online Courses Learn music theory, aural tests, composition, sight reading, orchestration and more! Prepare and practice for music exams and diplomas with Music Matters Courses. Whether you're just getting started with learning music, or you're an experienced musician looking to expand your abilities - we have something for you in our course library. With hours of step-by-step training, our courses will truly help you elevate your musicianship skills to the next level. ● Music Matters ➣ Website: http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ➣ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicMattersGB ➣ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MusicMattersGB
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Gospel Piano Chords Lesson = Plagal Cadence IV - I
 
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Tonal HARMONY | The SECRETS of Four Part Writing (SATB)
 
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In this episode we explore the rules and concepts of Four Part SATB writing. In this video we will also do an analysis of of the J.S. Bach Chorale No. 249. Figured Bass video: https://youtu.be/84IBWkh2qlY BUY THE BEATO BOOK HERE → http://bit.ly/2uTQFlo Mastering Modes of the Major Scale Video Course: http://bit.ly/2yhlfD2 The new all-PDF Mega Bundle! Get it here: http://bit.ly/2jfkyaB SUBSCRIBE HERE → http://bit.ly/2eEs9gX —————————————————————————————————————— My Links to Follow: YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/c/RickBeato Artist Facebook -https://www.facebook.com/rickbeatoproduction/ Personal Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/rick.beato.1 Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/rickbeato1/ Follow On Twitter - @rickbeato www.nuryl.com
Views: 56759 Rick Beato
Introducing the Spanish Phrygian Scale | Music Theory | Composition | Berklee Online
 
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Download our free course catalog: http://berkonl.in/2aLSxkF Enroll in Music Theory and Composition 4: http://berkonl.in/2omAWVI In this free music theory lesson, Tom Hojnacki introduces the Spanish Phrygian scale and demonstrates its many melodic and harmonic possibilities. Use the Spanish Phrygian scale to give your compositions a dark, energetic sound with its two melodic alternative thirds. Watch more videos in this series: Whole Tone Scale: https://youtu.be/MotdhW3mMVM About Berklee Online: Berklee Online is the continuing education division of Berklee College of Music, delivering online access to Berklee's acclaimed curriculum from anywhere in the world, offering online courses, certificate programs, and degree programs. Call, text, or email an Academic Advisor today: 1-866-BERKLEE (US) 1-617-747-2146 (international callers) [email protected] http://www.facebook.com/BerkleeOnline http://www.twitter.com/BerkleeOnline http://www.instagram.com/berkleeonline/ About Music Theory and Composition 4 This core music theory course is the fourth of a four-semester curriculum that continues to build a foundation for your musical development. The materials covered here will help you express your musical ideas as applied to composition for film, TV and video games. You will learn more about the essential elements of music theory and composition that will help you build your own musical language. You will further expand your knowledge of harmony and melody and expand your knowledge of scales, chords, and rhythms. This music composition course is designed to take you from a strong review of level 3 topics—the standard deceptive resolutions of V7, classical and contemporary analysis techniques, polychord voicings, non-chord tones, approach tones, and approach tone harmonization—to topics like deceptive resolutions of dominant function harmony, contiguous dominant patterns, modal melody and harmony, hybrid voicings, quartal and quintal harmony, exotic scales, 12-tone technique, minimalism and other important twentieth century compositional techniques. We will review the rhythmic elements of Indian, Latin American, and African music and delve into the musical intricacies of the music of Indonesia, China, Japan, and Korea. We will also continue the unique feature of blending and exploring both traditional and contemporary harmony in order to give you a historical understanding of current topics. Music Theory and Composition 4 also features a topic called "Rhythm Jam" that will introduce you to many new and exciting rhythmic concepts such as nested tuplets, the Fibonacci series, metric modulation, hemiola, phase, Jahlas, and additive rhythm. Through forum questions you and your classmates will engage in discussions about musical creativity, craft, and inspiration. Each week you will be asked to engage with your classmates and instructor as you work your way through the topics. Included in each topic are a number of activities and exercises designed to help you more thoroughly experience and understand the material presented. Each week there will be a composition assignment, including many which will give you the opportunity to practice writing to short film cues. By the end of the course, you will be able to: Compose and notate your own musical ideas using advanced concepts Construct advanced harmonies and melodies and apply them to your writing Learn how to apply advanced musical concepts to your own writing Apply advanced theoretical analysis to contemporary music and traditional classical music
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Imperfect Cadences
 
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WATCH 100s MORE LESSONS JUST LIKE THIS AT: http://www.daveconservatoire.org ARE YOU FINDING THESE LESSONS USEFUL? PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO HELP US REACH MORE MUSIC STUDENTS JUST LIKE YOU! Patreon ► http://www.patreon.com/daveconservatoire Paypal ► http://bit.ly/1PNT3eH FOLLOW US! Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/dconservatoire Facebook ► http://facebook.com/daveconservatoire
Views: 42066 Dave Conservatoire
Perfect Cadences
 
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WATCH 100s MORE LESSONS JUST LIKE THIS AT: http://www.daveconservatoire.org ARE YOU FINDING THESE LESSONS USEFUL? PLEASE CONSIDER DONATING TO HELP US REACH MORE MUSIC STUDENTS JUST LIKE YOU! Patreon ► http://www.patreon.com/daveconservatoire Paypal ► http://bit.ly/1PNT3eH FOLLOW US! Twitter ► http://www.twitter.com/dconservatoire Facebook ► http://facebook.com/daveconservatoire
Views: 49221 Dave Conservatoire
Piano Lesson C Chord Cadence
 
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Learn the finger motions for a C chord cadence in the root position. Once you learn this then you can apply this finger motion to any chord cadence.
Views: 42839 johnny102marvin
Musical Tidbits: Episode #1 - Chopin & the Motivic Cadence
 
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This video discusses the craft of writing cadences in classical music. For more, visit - www.drewsical.com
Views: 10210 Andrew Schartmann
Jazz Piano Harmony: Chord Voicings, the 2-5-1 Progression and The Power of Transposing
 
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In this lesson I'm going to show you just how much of a difference the right chord voicing can make to a chord progression. No special theory or background needed! You'll be churning out those jazz piano harmonies in no time. Here's the breakdown 1. We'll begin by looking at a simple 2-5-1 chord progression, and I'll suggest one particular chord voicing. The 2 5 1 progression is one of the most ubiquitous jazz harmonic tools and you can use the ideas put forth to add sophisticated jazzy sound to any composition. 2. I'll then have you begin transposing it. You'll note how, by transposing the exact same voicing to different keys, you can create really rich jazz piano harmony progressions. There are countless jazz piano standards and even pop and soul songs that are built around the 2-5-1 progression, so learning it inside out and discovering interesting voicings for it is particularly valuable as you grow as a pianist. 3. I will conclude by showing you the exact same chord voicing and progression can sound completely different in a pop piano setting. I hope you have fun! If you enjoy, don't forget to share, like, subscribe and recommend this to others. Related Jazz Piano Harmony Lessons: Learn how to modulate between different keys using the 2-5-1 Progression: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WS3BUH_XA3Q My 4-part series on the 2-5-1 progression, the power-house of jazz harmony, which builds up concepts from scratch (you should really watch this if you want to build up your understanding of jazz piano) : Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDHKeUSERuI Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCmVhm8P02k Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_tpUHANMacE Part 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7dqvCftV22I Other Youtube Videos about Jazz Piano Harmony: John Ferrara is a great pianist and teacher. You should check out his stuff! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJPA82KBbEI Interesting chord voicings using block chords: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-mbvjNz09I Wikipedia is another interesting resource concerning jazz piano, harmony and the 2-5-1 progression. To quote: " ... The authentic cadence (V-I) is the most important in both classical and jazz harmony, though in jazz it more often follows a ii/II chord serving as subdominant. Rawlins and Bahha: "The ii-V-I [progression] provides the cornerstone of jazz harmony" " Direct link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_harmony
Views: 253860 MangoldProject
How The Beatles, REM, and Bob Dylan all use the 1-4-5 Progression
 
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30 Day FREE TRIAL of the interactive app: https://www.playgroundsessions.com/youtube-free-trial In this episode of "Popular Music Deconstructed," Phil breaks down the 1-4-5 progression to show you some of the theory behind your favorite songs... Songs like Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds by The Beatles, Stand by REM, Like A Rolling Stone by Bob Dylan, and even Joy To The World! Click the links below to keep learning with Playground! You can now learn your favorite songs right here on YouTube with our "NEW Song Lessons" YouTube Playlist: ttp://bit.ly/playgroundsessionssonglist And learn some theory too! Dive deeper and unlock music's mysteries with our "Popular Music Deconstructed" YouTube Playlist: http://bit.ly/playgroundsessionspmdlist Stay up to date with news and promotions in our "What's New" YouTube Playlist: http://bit.ly/playgroundsessionsytnewlist For those who want to stay connected outside of YouTube: Website: http://bit.ly/playgroundsessions Facebook: http://bit.ly/playgroundsessionsfacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/playgroundsessionstwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/playgroundsessionsinstagram
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Grade 8 Aural Tests - What Can You Hear?
 
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Listening to a piece of music and describing its characteristics and features. ● Learn music online with Music Matters ➣ http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ● About this Course: When it comes to music exams, candidates often prepare themselves well for the playing but are less sure when it comes to the Aural Tests. There are several resources offering examples of tests but very few that teach the techniques needed for successful outcomes. This is where we come in. The Music Matters Grade 8 Aural Tests course is suitable for candidates preparing for ABRSM grade 8 practical exams, with detailed explanations of how to tackle each test and plenty of practice examples. Sign up today. You'll soon feel really confident and ready to tackle those Aural Tests! ● Music Matters ➣ Website: http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ➣ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicMattersGB ➣ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MusicMattersGB
Views: 54296 Music Matters
"1-6-2-5" Progression, How to Create & Play All style of Music
 
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Views: 426513 Masa Ash
Harmony, Counterpoint & Styling a Melody - Music Composition
 
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Harmonising a melody and turning it into a piece in various different styles. ● Learn music online with Music Matters ➣ http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ● Online Courses Learn music theory, aural tests, composition, sight reading, orchestration and more! Prepare and practice for music exams and diplomas with Music Matters Courses. Whether you're just getting started with learning music, or you're an experienced musician looking to expand your abilities - we have something for you in our course library. With hours of step-by-step training, our courses will truly help you elevate your musicianship skills to the next level. ● Music Matters ➣ Website: http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ➣ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicMattersGB ➣ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MusicMattersGB
Views: 4647 Music Matters
Cadence Jazz #5
 
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Grade 7 Aural Tests - Identifying Modulations
 
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Describing a modulation within a short piece of music. ● Learn music online with Music Matters ➣ http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ● About this Course: When it comes to music exams, candidates often prepare themselves well for the playing but are less sure when it comes to the Aural Tests. There are several resources offering examples of tests but very few that teach the techniques needed for successful outcomes. This is where we come in. The Music Matters Grade 7 Aural Tests course is suitable for candidates preparing for ABRSM grade 7 practical exams, with detailed explanations of how to tackle each test and plenty of practice examples. Sign up today. You'll soon feel really confident and ready to tackle those Aural Tests! ● Music Matters ➣ Website: http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ➣ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicMattersGB ➣ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MusicMattersGB
Views: 46876 Music Matters
Phrygian Cadences: Music Theory Discussion
 
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Music theory discussion on how to compose Phrygian cadences in minor. The progression to be discussed is iv6 moving to V. These cadences occur a lot in the Baroque period.
Views: 13971 InMusicTheory
Midi Music Theory 59 Phrygian Half Cadence
 
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In this video I sometimes and say plagal instead of phrygian sometimes. I mean to say phrygian. XD Please forgive me, it is a 4 chord after all. We look at the phrygian Half Cadence and its classic somber sound! We explore how it works. Become a Patreon Supporter!: https://www.patreon.com/composinggloves FLP: N/A Website: www.composinggloves.com Private Lessons: http://composinggloves.wixsite.com/burgessmusic/private-lessons Spotify: spotify:album:6oBFXMK7UXMGCxHUMleY6b itunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/composing-gloves/id1003683088 Soundcloud- https://soundcloud.com/composinggloves Facebook- www.facebook.com/ComposingGloves/ YouTube- www.youtube.com/user/composinggloves Recommended Videos before jumping into this series: Critical Listening: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GUnZ51RAdL4&list=PLOMuI-j1vRxQ_nPeg9hu8bua5mGt5Hyi7 Music Theory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JBjYLGspk8&list=PLOMuI-j1vRxSVE6HUVLyjSyL6qxa_TU2e Sound and Synth Basics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QrykwA8NX8Q&list=PLOMuI-j1vRxR9IDRAYPKEdHqq5sdOITJu Principles of Mixing: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOMuI-j1vRxSkIbh_ya0gPrXtp9L2IBbg Digital Audio Basics: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vJun4ElIA0g&list=PLOMuI-j1vRxTxbS7zOUz4zsOLzAKXCrJx Free Plug-ins Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLOMuI-j1vRxQ4ehedN2ZXFafck6aSEdZj
Views: 292 Composing Gloves
Cadences for Grade 5 Music Theory (ABRSM) explained - Easy!
 
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By http://www.mymusictheory.com Cadences in music theory for Grade 5 Music Theory (ABRSM) - Easy! Cadences explained! This video explains a quick, easy way to work out cadences for the ABRSM grade 5 music theory exam. Explained to you by http://www.mymusictheory.com Cadences in music are groups of two or three chords. You need to work out which chords fit with the notes in the melody. The first thing you need to do is work out the key of the piece. Then write down the notes which make up the chords of I, II, IV and V (you don't need to use any other chords in the grade 5 music theory exam). Each melody note has to be in the you pick, EXCEPT the middle note of a group which is a scale-step apart. If there are 3 notes which are a scale-step apart, you should ignore the middle note. The final chord in a cadence can only ever be chord I or chord V. It is not possible to end a cadence with any other chord. If the last chord is chord I, then the one before it can only be chord IV or chord V. Or in other words, you can't finish a cadence with II-I or VI-I. Cadences in music theory don't have to be difficult! See also: http://www.mymusictheory.com http://www.abrsm.org
Views: 60936 Victoria Williams
6 Essential Jazz Chord Progressions
 
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Views: 335733 Music is Win
These 3 Chords will Make Them Cry - Minor Plagal Cadence [Songwriting Lesson]
 
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To begin our song writing lessons, we will explore the basics of diatonic chords, and learn how the minor plagal cadence functions. Also we explore several examples of the minor plagal (iv - I) in popular music. Mixing major and minor is sometimes a no-no but it can work to your benefit! https://www.twitter.com/signals_music https://www.facebook.com/signalsmusicstudio https://www.signalsmusicstudio.com Free online guitar lessons for beginners, intermediate, and advanced players. Located in Crystal Lake, Jake Lizzio provides free jam tracks and video lessons for guitar players, as well as music theory videos and other music education content.
Views: 227185 Signals Music Studio
#33: How To Use Diminished Chords In Your Progression
 
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Learn about the two types of diminished seventh chords and how to use them in your progressions as passing chords. Download Tutorials: http://www.pianolessonwithwarren.com Stream Tutorials: http://tutorials.pianolessonwithwarren.com Free MIDI Download: https://pianolessonwithwarren.com/midi/ Facebook page:https://www.facebook.com/Pianolessonwithwarren/?ref=bookmarks Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/piano_lesson_with_warren
E Aural Trainer - Recognising the style and period of a piece of music - Grades 5-8 Aural
 
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The four main periods which you will be expected to identify are Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Modern and each of them have distinguishing characteristics which you will learn in this video Baroque music was very elaborate, often with many ornaments, the melodies would be difficult to sing or memorise and the harmony was created by individual voices conversing with each other - known as polyphonic harmony. Because baroque music was originally for the harpsichord and not the piano, the dynamic range is not as great as in later periods and also the keyboard was shorter - very high or very low notes were not possible. Regarding dynamics these tended to be terraced, that is crescendos and decrescendos were not used, rather there were more sudden changes. Classical music on the other hand was much more refined and simple, the melodies could be easily remembered and sung and the harmonies were generally made by a tune with simple accompaniment - know as homophonic harmony. Phrases were clearly defined and regular. The idea of crescendo and diminuendo also came into use during the classical period. In the Romantic period, melodies were still singable and easily memorable, but the intensity of emotion was much greater. Harmonies became richer, texture thicker and dynamic range much wider. Tempo was much freer and the use of the sustain pedal was now very prevalent in this period. Modern music (20th/ 21st Century music) is easily recognised by its discordant use of harmony. That said, 20th century music also includes jazz and impressionism, the later being the style of composers such as Debussy in which the music often has a blurry misty feel giving an “impression” of something rather than a dramatic picture of that thing. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "STOP PRESS - Sample Papers for the NEW style ABRSM Music Theory Papers AVAILABLE NOW!!" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZX0gKgma2M -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Chord Theory Pt. 2 of 2 - Half Cadences and Endless Progressions
 
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This is Part 2 of the essential intermediate harmonic (chord) theory that producers need for creating rich and interesting chord progressions. In this video I explain how to build chord progressions that are based on a "Half Cadence". NOTE: I strongly recommend that you watch Part 1 first, to ensure you have the basic concepts that this video builds upon. You can find it here: https://youtu.be/JYiHQrrLHuQ In Part 2, I explain how to build chord progressions that are based on a "Half Cadence". After absorbing the simple ideas in Parts 1 and 2, you will know 95% of everything there is to know about writing chord progressions, and you'll be able to -understand- why some neat chord progression you're looking at actually works! ============================== HARMONIC THEORY IN A NUTSHELL - Part 2 of 2 ----- Half Cadences: These are like a comma in the middle of a sentence. They leave you hanging, and make the chord progression so far feel incomplete or suspended, making the listener expect some type of continuation. IMPORTANT: A progression that ends in a half-cadence almost always must start with a 1 to sound pleasant. This effectively resolves that suspenseful ending by coming back to "home" at the start of the progression. anything to 5 1 to 4 5 to 4 ----- Rules for Suspenseful/Endless Chord Progressions: 1. Nearly always end with a Half Cadence (anything to 5, 1 to 4, or 5 to 4) 2. Always start with a 1 3. Put literally anything you want in the middle between the starting 1 and the half cadence. 4. Note that a 1 to 5 or 1 to 4 half cadence all by itself with no other chords at all is a perfectly good suspenseful/endless chord progression. You can even do these in reverse! ( 5 to 1 or 4 to 1 )
Views: 1384 Baphometrix
Top 12 Most Popular Chord Progressions
 
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Cool T-Shirts for EDM Fans, DJ-s & Music Producers: http://www.pitchfader.com Here is the list of the most popular chord progressions: 1) I – V – vi – IV 2) vi – V – IV – V 3) I – vi – IV – V 4) I – IV – vi – V 5) I – V – IV – V 6) vi6 – ii – V6 – I 7) I – vi / IV – ii – V 8) vi – IV – I – V 9) i – VI – III – VII 10) I – IV – ii – V 11) vi – V – IV – iii 12) I – V – vi – iii – IV – I – IV - V The examples in this video are played in Hookpad, the awesome software from Hooktheory.com. Except for #9 that is played in the key of A minor, the rest of the examples are in the key of C Major. I hope this will be useful! Feel free to Like the Video and Subscribe for More! Also check these Cool T-Shirts for EDM Fans, DJ-s & Music Producers: http://www.pitchfader.com Tags: popular chord progressions, music theory progressions, piano chord progressions, chord progression piano, chord progression theory, chord progression tutorial, popular chord progressions piano, popular piano chords, common chord progressions piano, cool chord progressions piano, four chords axis of awesome, four chords song, four chords for every song, piano theory lessons, piano lessons, music theory tutorial, edm music theory
Views: 88814 Fre3 Fly
Advanced Music Theory - Harmony
 
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Harmonizing a melody with chords, inversions and cadences. ● Learn music online with Music Matters ➣ http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ● About this Course: The Music Matters Advanced Theory course is for musicians who want to take their music theory knowledge to the highest level. Presented to you by ABRSM Examiner Gareth Green, this comprehensive course features all the content you would be expected to know for a grade 6, 7 and 8 theory exam, with detailed explanations and working examples, walking you through each area step by step in a clear and informative manner. You'll also see written examples for each topic, and most importantly, we connect all the theory with sound, so you know exactly how each topic comes across in real music. Suitable for candidates preparing for ABRSM grade 6, grade 7 and grade 8 music theory exams. Sign up today. You'll soon feel really confident with music theory and it will revolutionise all your music making! ● Music Matters ➣ Website: http://www.mmcourses.co.uk ➣ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MusicMattersGB ➣ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MusicMattersGB
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Camille Saint-Saëns - Danse Macabre
 
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Danse Macabre (first performed in 1875) is the name of opus 40 by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns. The composition is based upon a poem by Henri Cazalis, on an old French superstition: Zig, zig, zig, Death in a cadence, Striking with his heel a tomb, Death at midnight plays a dance-tune, Zig, zig, zig, on his violin. The winter wind blows and the night is dark; Moans are heard in the linden trees. Through the gloom, white skeletons pass, Running and leaping in their shrouds. Zig, zig, zig, each one is frisking, The bones of the dancers are heard to crack— But hist! of a sudden they quit the round, They push forward, they fly; the cock has crowed. According to the ancient superstition, "Death" appears at midnight every year on Halloween. Death has the power to call forth the dead from their graves to dance for him while he plays his fiddle (represented by a solo violin with its E-string tuned to an E-flat in an example of scordatura tuning). His skeletons dance for him until the first break of dawn, when they must return to their graves until the next year. The piece opens with a harp playing a single note, D, twelve times to signify the clock striking midnight, accompanied by soft chords from the string section. This then leads to the eerie E flat and A chords (also known as a tritone or the "Devil's chord") played by a solo violin, representing death on his fiddle. After which the main theme is heard on a solo flute and is followed by a descending scale on the solo violin. The rest of the orchestra, particularly the lower instruments of the string section, then joins in on the descending scale. The main theme and the scale is then heard throughout the various sections of the orchestra until it breaks to the solo violin and the harp playing the scale. The piece becomes more energetic and climaxes at this point; the full orchestra playing with strong dynamics.Towards the end of the piece, there is another violin solo, now modulating, which is then joined by the rest of the orchestra. The final section, a pianissimo, represents the dawn breaking and the skeletons returning to their graves. The piece makes particular use of the xylophone in a particular theme to imitate the sounds of rattling bones. Saint-Saëns uses a similar motif in the Fossils part of his Carnival of the Animals. [from Wikipedia] Artwork:Remedios Varo,"Les Feuilles Mortes". Played by:National Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor:Leopold Stokowski.
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E flat minor cadence
 
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What piece for piano and orchestra does this imperfect cadence, apparently in E flat minor, come from?
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Baroque Keyboard Music: Basics of the Style
 
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Today’s video on PianoTV is all about Baroque keyboard: the style, the genre, and why it’s so difficult to play (even so-called “easy” pieces). Enjoy! --- BLOG POST: http://www.pianotv.net/2015/12/baroque-keyboard-music-basics-of-the-style/ EBOOK (How to practice piano…and like it): http://eepurl.com/bFsqar SUBSCRIBE: http://www.youtube.com/PianotvNet TWITTER: https://twitter.com/pianotv WEBSITE: www.pianotv.net --- xo, Allysia
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Don Freund's Amen: Quintet Fantasy on the Plagal Cadence premiere with score
 
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Scrolling score premiere performance of Don Freund’s Amen: Quintet Fantasy on the Plagal Cadence, commissioned by Jorge Muñiz for his Ensemble/CONCEPT 21. It could be described as a twenty minute musical set-up for the last gesture, a simple two-chord progression played by piano alone. In the real world, this plagal cadence is most familiarly heard as an “Amen” tacked on as a coda to a hymn, but in this fantasy it is the final destination of a diverse array of musical ideas, all of which in varying degrees of clarity suggest the featured subdominant-tonic relationship (think of an F major triad followed by C major). Listeners looking for a guide to the structure of the work will appreciate knowing that the piece is divided into two equal halves by a piano cadenza of cascading chords occurring at roughly the 10-minute mark. The second half of the piece is in two large sections: a fast, energetic toccata followed by a lyric section that turns the plagal cadence into a jazz-styled tune. The first half of the piece is more episodic. The swirl of plagal progressions that begins the pieces returns again and again to link together a panoply of strongly charactered sections, each with its own distinctive reflections on the harmonic, melodic, coloristic and even rhythmic implications of the plagal cadence phenomenon.
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Bach Cadences - Tutorial 4: Other Cadence Patterns
 
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http://www.teachnet-uk.org.uk
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Full Final Cadence in G Minor i-iv-ii65-i64-V7-i
 
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Harmony Exercise in G Minor by Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene, DMA Secrets of Organ Playing - Helping Reach Your Dreams in Organ Playing: http://www.organduo.lt
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Dudley Moore Beethoven Sonata Parody
 
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In this clip from the 1950's-60s British comedy group "Beyond the Fringe," Dudley Moore plays a very funny but also very musically well-done parody of a Beethoven Piano Sonata, using the famous whistling tune from "Bridge Over the River Kwai" as a thematic subject.
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Impro over the Andalusian Cadence
 
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A chill improvisation I’ve made over the Andalusian Cadence or Spanish chords progression.
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Swing Bass Piano With Lead In 4th Beat Note
 
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***For lots more good stuff on piano playing come on over to my website at http://www.playpiano.com and sign up for our free piano tips - "Exciting Piano Chords & Sizzling Chord Progressions!" You'll learn piano chords galore and how to apply them when you play piano - major chords, minor chords, augmented chords, diminished chords, 6th chords, 7th chords, 9th chords, 11th chords, 13th chords, suspensions, alterations and more. Chords are the "missing link" in most piano lessons and you can learn them all easily. Learn piano playing and music theory at the same time - it will make your progress faster and you will understand music like you never have before. If you are a beginner, or are willing to be a beginner so you learn music and piano from square one, the best possible thing you can do for yourself is to take Duane's CRASH COURSE IN EXCITING PIANO PLAYING. Come on over to http://www.pianolessonsbyvideo.com and listen to Duane explain why this course is the answer you have been looking for! For a look at our online catalog of 200+ piano courses, please go to http://www.playpianocatalog.com If you play the piano to some degree and can read simple music to some degree, you are invited to join my "Inner Circle". It's not for pure beginners and it's not for advanced piano players, but for the 90% who are somewhere in the middle. Please come over to http://www.playpiano.com/musicalmap.htm and watch the 2-minute video to see if it would be helpful to you. http://www.christian-music-lessons.com/membership If you are looking for intense, concentrated instruction for playing hymns and gospel songs, Duane is starting a private membership program for pianists serious about taking their playing to the next level. Click on the address above to see if the program is open yet. Here's our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pianochords Here's our Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/109347889700939783206/posts Here's our Twitter page: https://twitter.com/duaneshinn And here's our Slideshare page: http://www.slideshare.net/chordpiano Here's a great little book on chords and chord progressions on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Piano-Chords-Chord-Progressions-Exciting-ebook/dp/B0076OUGDE/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1404158669&sr=1-1&keywords=piano+chords+duane+shinn Swing Bass Piano With Lead In 4th Beat Note
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Play Along in G#m (Andalusian Cadence)
 
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Simple Play Along in G#m. The chords are on the video image. Follow Nova Sonora Music at: Facebook - http://bit.ly/2HuRHLo Twitter - http://bit.ly/2r3PbS3 Instagram - http://bit.ly/2I4Z5d8 Blog - http://bit.ly/2KkUDb8 Website - http://bit.ly/2MZrOSu
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Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED
 
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23-year-old musician, composer and multi-instrumentalist Jacob Collier explains the concept of harmony to 5 different people; a child, a teen, a college student, a professional, and jazz legend Herbie Hancock. Still haven’t subscribed to WIRED on YouTube? ►► http://wrd.cm/15fP7B7 ABOUT WIRED WIRED is where tomorrow is realized. Through thought-provoking stories and videos, WIRED explores the future of business, innovation, and culture. Musician Explains One Concept in 5 Levels of Difficulty ft. Jacob Collier & Herbie Hancock | WIRED
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Minor Modes & Minor Mode Chords | Modal Interchange Introduction
 
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Without major scales, you will have difficulty mastering the three minor scales. Without major scales, you will find major modal theory difficult. Without major scales, naming chords is very hard. Without major scales, even minor modal theory is more challenging. In other words, *master the twelve major scales* !!! Herein, I provide a quick and easy way to find the three minor scales, explain modal theory logic and apply it to scales and chords in the three minor scales. In the end, for your own study time, I encourage you to create diatonic chord progressions but steal chords from the minor scale chords. Discover what you like the sound of and which minor scale you like the most. I also demonstrate how to add extensions to the minor mode chords. (Apologies for my little confusion near the end - highlight with a text insert - it's a lot to of scales and chords to juggle!) Further study links: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jazz_scale#Modes_of_the_melodic_minor_scale / https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minor_scale#Harmonic_minor_scale Major scale: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Natural minor: 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 b7 Harmonic minor: 1 2 b3 4 5 b7 7 Melodic minor: 1 2 b3 4 5 6 7 Related videos/recommended viewing before this video: 1. Minor scales in detail: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nvyMPyFdbZc 2. Major scale mastery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=heEVryaj-wI 3. Modal theory: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wDeDccsm3YE 4. Naming all chords: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ORIMDTEyw0s All eBooks: http://piano-jazz.blogspot.com/p/ebooks.html Playlist for beginners - newer videos: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cPpP-Ua6NWl43cy2XiArwodqSmWBOzC (You would do well to press the bell next to my Subscribe button and choose to be notified for all new uploads). danthecomposer Piano Challenge: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScTnOKnvtFY Likes, comments and subscriptions always welcome! Water Pianism Community - Come and say hello! https://www.facebook.com/groups/waterpianismcommunity/ Follow me on Instagram? https://www.instagram.com/danthecomposer/ My Facebook Page on which you can discover all my work in one place and follow it easily: https://www.facebook.com/danthecomposer1 My blog: http://piano-jazz.blogspot.com/ My compositions: https://soundcloud.com/danthecomposer Ten Mins @ the Piano Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cPpP-Ua6NUFebhir7tx1CrW03zbb0d0 My most popular playlist: How to Become a Pianist in Ten Lessons: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL4cPpP-Ua6NWrn4SeCHHjMNMESg0qEZ-M Support me via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/danthecomposer
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Advanced 2-5-1 Progression Piano
 
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Advanced 2-5-1 Progression Piano This video is talking about a different way to play a 2 5 1 progression Please LIKE this Video and COMMENT below on places you have used this concept! IF you are enjoying this content, please SUBSCRIBE to my channel! CHECK OUT THESE OTHER GREAT VIDEOS: Number System Explained with Examples https://youtu.be/YNRv4L7NVnE 3 finger tricks to improve your piano playing instantly https://youtu.be/3K1i1nRb14Q 3-6-2-5-1 progression Glenn Gibson Jr. Style with examples https://youtu.be/rQyoPFGpVZc 3 Ways to use a #11 b13 chord Glenn Gibson Jr. style with examples https://youtu.be/No2CIs6x_FY The Ultimate Chord Progression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG0A-LsYqtU How to use the 2 Types of Diminished Chords https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mFGVGhPgDfo&t=27s 4 Contemporary Voicings for a Dominant Chord on Piano https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHvCKhJJZMY 5-1 Cadence in First inversion with Examples from Total Praise https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DzSSb9fz_Ps Leading Tone Tonicization inside of a Chord https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_rAh2UkOe4&t=195s Chord Naming Conventions: Whats the difference between a 2nd and a 9th chord? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Shy2rauzCzI How to Practice Piano Tips with Examples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QH6MZJTClC4 Traditional Gospel Cadence 3-4-5-6-7-1 Progression https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1MJY3Xzfj0A How to use Augmented Chords with Examples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=STz9USkLh1Q 5-6-2-5-1 Progression Cadence with a Demo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FUsCsaviKWw Transposing on Piano: Pro and Cons https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSBb-ij882I Suspended Chords Sus chords with examples https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQFYN8RmrM8 Suspensions in the Melody Suspended Chords https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-IkTSfVMMTo Suspended Chord Progressions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eku1j2cT-I4 Suspended Rhythms https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFjKSV86DyQ Suspensions on Piano: Putting it all together https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzjHfwe0W68&t=319s Secondary Dominants https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MOttdStjq4U The Number System in a Minor Key https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UosIac33dzA&t=606s Maurette Brown Clark -My Faith Looks Up to Thee https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wy2be7gwEgI watch at 0:53 seconds If you are interested in online piano lessons email me at [email protected]
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What Is a Cadence? - Harmony I, 09
 
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DESCRIPTION What Is a Cadence? Rivers, Creeks, Brooks, Cascades, Rapids, Waterfalls, all evoke scenes of water, flowing downstream, thanks to the forces of gravity and friction. That is, until the water reaches a destination, either a Lake, Reservoir, or Ocean, and stops flowing downhill. We can evoke such imagery to find its parallel in music, because ... … Music also has a characteristic flow to some sort of harmonic destination, or ending, with one or more interesting attractions along the way. A harmonic destination that affects or interrupts forward motion is called a cadence. Cadences make music more attractive to listeners, just as waterfalls and rapids attract photographers. From this point on, most of our harmony exercises – and indeed, most phrases in actual music – will contain a cadence. Cadences are in some ways like waterfalls, which temporarily interrupt the mostly horizontal motion of the stream, though the actual current doesn't stop. Each musical phrase ends with a cadence, and there are several sorts of cadences. In the most complete type, the closing chord FALLS on the metrical downbeat of the last bar, the accented part of the final measure. That was a Perfect Cadence. Now listen to the cadence itself, which is just the last two chords and melodic tones of this phrase. Perfect cadence. On the other hand, the final tonic chord in this next example is on the wrong beat, for a cadence. Because the last chord here does not occur on a downbeat, but on an upbeat, there is no cadential feeling here; the solid 'fall' to the tonic is missing. How does it sound to you … … compared to the Perfect Cadence? [2-bars of ‘Birthday’ again] Perfect. The perfect cadence always ends with the tonic or I chord falling on the downbeat, but it is the chord right before the end – the penultimate chord - which determines the category of cadence. Listen to the two possibilities So, when the cadential formula 'falls' from V to I, we call it an Authentic Cadence, and when the closing proceeds from IV to I, a Plagal Cadence. There are of course perfect cadences, and there are also imperfect cadences, as well as half cadences, deceptive cadences, etc., all of which will eventually be explained through the course of your studies. Perhaps you've already reviewed the sample exercises from the 19th century textbooks linked in previous talks. If not, you will find links in the description. Take the time to transcribe some or all of the examples found on pages 27-29 of this book, to give yourself a hands-on familiarity with how to do upcoming harmony exercises. (...) CREDITS Waterfall, Chris Luczkow: https://flic.kr/p/8xGeR5 Lake Superior, steveandtwyla : https://flic.kr/p/7M9Uo6 Grand River Rapids, Brian Desrosiers Photograph: https://flic.kr/p/bG96bn Creative Commons License: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/legalcode Birthday Cake, Pete: https://flic.kr/p/7wovH2 The Happy Birthday to You song is out of copyright and therefore in the Public Domain. Public Domain Mark: https://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/mark/1.0/ HELPFUL REFERENCES AND LINKS Jadassohn, Dr. Salomon. Elementary Principles of Harmony for School and Self-Instruction. Breitkopf and Hartel, 1895. A Public Domain work. ________. Manual of Harmony. Breitkopf and Hartel, 1890. A Public Domain work. Internet Archive Link – must copy url and paste into browser – for download of [Elementary Principles]: https://archive.org/details/elementaryprinc00goog Internet Archive Link – must copy url and paste into browser – for download of [Harmony]: https://archive.org/details/manualharmony00pasmgoog Harmony in Music Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TRXugeh7isc&list=PLr9RYCj11MSwV82yI5x6SbNxmG9CMhfOv Fundamentals of Music Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr9RYCj11MSxs91JeTfDvKtilJnOWw6JP Elements of Music Notation Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr9RYCj11MSycDV5jr07-Sl60ymZyadET Piano Beginnings Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr9RYCj11MSxPncb7aKgf90hnckKuiEhb
Chord Progressions That Repeat In Many Different Styles & Songs
 
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Chord progressions: http://www.PlayPiano.com ***For lots more good stuff on piano playing come on over to my website. It can be found at http://www.playpiano.com and sign up for the free newsletter on "Exciting Piano Chords & Sizzling Chord Progressions!" You'll learn piano chords galore and how to apply them when you play piano. Chords are the "missing link" in most piano lessons and you can learn them all easily. Piano Chord Progressions That Repeat In Many Different Styles & Songs - There are chord progressions that repeat over and over in different genres and different songs. In this video I demonstrate how one progression occurs in a hymn, a jazz tune, and a pop song. As you learn to play piano better and better, watch out for these progressions. If you are taking piano lessons, be sure to take note of them as well.
Views: 3969 Duane Shinn
Ariana Grande- Piano Choreography /HipHop Dance Cadence
 
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Ariana Grande- Piano Choreography /HipHop Dance Cadence My First of many Dance Classes. ***NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED***
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