Building chord progrssions in the extended key
In the last lesson we learned the fundamental lesson which allows to build chord progressions with chords of the natural minor scale.
Today, we will put this into practice through several examples on the piano.
In particular we will learn:
- to use the chords of the extended key according to their function
- to build chord progressions using extended key chords
- which are the most effective inversions in this key
- use the lowered sixth degree also in the extended key
After this lesson you will be able to move around the world of minor keys with ease and compose music pieces with effective harmony.
Learning material of this lesson
|4 videos||26 mins|
|1. A simple and rapid way to pass from natural minor scale to the extended key and find all the chords.||4m 59s|
|2. Examples of chord progressions in the extended key||8m 08s|
|3. How to use inversions in the extended key||5m 49s|
|4. We learn to use the lowered sixth degree also in the extended key||6m 49s|
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