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Major

Step 1: Creating the major chord scale The major scale is diatonic which means that the octave is divided into 7 intervals. Two of these seven intervals are semitones (half-tone steps or minor seconds). In the major scale the semitones are found between the third and the fourth and between the sevenths and the octave.

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Harmony Library

Hey and welcome to my brand new harmony library! Ever since I started studying composition I wished I had some kind library containing all harmonies I came across over the years. Think about it: Wouldn’t it be great if you had theory, explanation and examples of many types of harmonies illustrated in an easy to

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210 Awesome Open Guitar Chords and How to Use Them

Are you bored of the sound of standard chords? Then, using open guitar chords is a way to pimp up your playing and boring chord progressions. There are thousands of open guitar chords and millions of ways to use them creatively. In this post I introduce you to the world of open chords with a

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Exercise #3

This exercise is part of my solmization course Do Re Mi Fa. If you haven’t done so read the introduction and instruction text. Range: do re mi fa sol la ti do’ Difficulty: beginner [wp_ad_camp_1] [wp_ad_camp_2]

 
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Exercise #2

This exercise is part of my solmization course Do Re Mi Fa. If you haven’t done so read the introduction and instruction text. Range: sol, la, ti, do re mi Difficulty: beginner [wp_ad_camp_1] [wp_ad_camp_2] Move on to Exercise 3

 
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Instruction

If you haven’t read my introduction text to solmization ( do re mi fa … ) yet do so before you start out with this course. To get the sounds of the relative note names into your head you need practice, practice and some more practice. I built this course to give you the chance

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Exercise #1

This exercise is part of my solmization course Do Re Mi Fa. If you haven’t done so read the introduction and instruction text. Range: do re mi fa Difficulty: beginner [wp_ad_camp_1] [wp_ad_camp_2]  Move on to Exercise 2

 
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Metronome

Use this online flash metronome for my courses, if you don’t have one at hand. Remember, always start at a comfortable pace and the slowly increase the tempo. [wp_ad_camp_1]

 
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Do Re Mi Fa

Introduction to Solmization ( do re mi fa sol la ti ) – Learn How to Read Music Notes in Singing Being able to read music notes in singing by help from the relative note names ( do re mi fa sol la ti do ) is a very useful skill for anyone who has

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Courses

Solfège Do Re Mi Fa – Solmization. Learn to use the relative note names ( do re mi fa sol la ti do ).

 
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