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PIANO TUTORIAL – How to Make ANY Chord Progression Jazzy with Secondary Dominants

by | Jun 18, 2017 | JAZZ, KEYBOARD, MUSIC THEORY, PIANO, TIPS & TRICKS

PIANO TUTORIAL – How to Make ANY Chord Progression Jazzy with Secondary Dominants

In this tutorial made by the very talented Jeff Schneider, you are going to learn what secondary dominant chords are and how to use them to make any chord progression sound like jazz or gospel music.

MY OPINION

This is a simple but very powerful trick to learn if you want to spice up you chord progressions. And the trainer deserves a medal for being such an amazing teacher.

Level : Advanced Beginner / Intermediate

  • PIANO – Learn what Secondary Dominant Chords are and How to use them
  • Tutorial Duration = 7min29sec

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