Progressive progressions

​Something wonderful happened to me this year: I was assigned a new student, Chris (not his or her real name), who is a very talented pianist, and who studied with a fine teacher. Chris always arrives at every lesson motivated, eager, and excited, but even more fascinating is Chris' desire to start each lesson with scales! Chris asks me for a key, ...
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Seventh heaven and beyond

from the series: ​It's Got That Swing: Jazz & Pop Phillip Keveren, EditorThe seventh chord serves Western music well in its "dominant" role. What would the "Hallelujah Chorus" be without it? No self-respecting symphony could find its way home without the harmonic tension and release of the dominant-tonic relationship. However, the possibil...
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