Multi Genre music theory (chords)

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  1. Ran

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    This answers a lot of questions I had about chord progression.

    Nice one
     
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    great stuff
     
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    For me having come from guitar (for which I've played for years and still play and enjoy) I really loved this guys stuff for piano - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vphWgqbF-AM&list=SP253192EED47525A8&index=1&feature=plpp_video

    He gets into music theory quite quickly and covered some stuff I didn't even know from the guitar courses I'd done. He has cheesey jokes but I kinda liked them :) Worth checking out if you are serious about learning keys and music theory (yeah I know it's piano but it all comes down to the same in the end, music is music ! :) )