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Music Theory #5 – Minor Triads

major triads

Here are the answers for major triads from the last lesson. Make sure you’ve used these sounds before you try to learn about the next chord, otherwise you will be full of knowledge but not full of music. MINOR TRIADS are built with three notes just like the major triads. Most people simply call them …

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Music Theory #4 – Major Triads

Here are the correct notes to the major scales. Hopefully you found the right answers and can understand any corrections you need to make. Your best bet now is to print out this sheet and throw away the handwritten one so you for sure have every note listed correctly.  Our next step is going to …

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Music Theory #3 – Major Scales

Major Scales for Piano Lessons

Using what we’ve learned in the previous 2 lessons about the MUSICAL ALPHABET, and HALF-STEPS and WHOLE-STEPS, we can now build MAJOR SCALES. Major scales are 7 notes that can be shuffled around to build  harmonies (a guitar chord) and melodies (your favorite singing part).  Knowing all the major scales (even if they are just …

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Music Theory #1 – Musical Alphabet

The study of how music works is called music theory. Music theory provides a way to think and talk about how musical sounds interact. It doesn’t explain every ounce of magic that makes music so awesome but it gives musicians skills to break down music into concepts, inspire creativity, and solve problems. The musical alphabet …

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