1. Seven chords, their voices and why we use them

    Chords are what we make music every day. Written on the page, they can be as simple as "A" or absolutely awful "Amaj7 # 11b9"! Discussing the seventh chord, we begin to understand the nature of the extended chords, what they mean and why they are not as scary as we imagined. Further chords allow us to better understand harmony, not just jazz, but all areas of music. So, whether you play in classical music, rock music, jazz or musicals, you can apply this harmonious knowledge to outstanding results. In this lesson, the first chord extension, the seventh, is introduced, which allows us to play the seventh chord, for example, the youngest 7, the main 7 and the dominant 7.

    What is an extension? What is the seventh?

    A trio, a chord with three notes, comes from the scale. For example, in key C, the tonic triad has the value C major.

    As discussed in the previous article, this triple is created by stacking the third interval, taken from the ruler, in this case the major. If we want to use this three-in-one add-on and add extensions, we will continue to stack one-third. We can even do this until we actually have a chord consisting of all the major's notes (C-E-G-B-D-F-A-C)!

    As we know, the nutritional triad consists of scales (1), 3-rd and 5-th notes. If we add only one extension, then for the third interval we get the 7th! In doing this, we have 4 chord notes 1, 3 ...

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  2. 8 things that adult music listeners should do

    Remember the strong and complex tasks that we outlined above, which will help you make the most of your music.

    1. Decide which music you like
    Naturally, we want to play music that we already love to listen to. As adults, we probably have a clear musical preference. Some types of music are more emotional than other types of music. Little children do not usually do this because their musical preferences are still being formed.

    Learning the music that we like gives us the motivation to continue to practice. Browse your music library and determine the type of music that you like. Perhaps it will be useful for you to start with a certain artist, composer or genre. Then find out what you need to play in this style. A good way to find the cover of a song on Youtube. Sometimes you can even find a link to the score in the video description.

    You also need to determine your exact preferences for music. If you like Guns and Roses, do you like Axl Rose ringtones? Or do you like solos on Slash? Maybe you like the rhythm provided by drums and bass?

    2. Select the tool carefully
    Adults prefer to study music

    If you have a particular preference for a certain type of music, you must choose the right instrument for this type of music. Some tools are more suitable for certain styles than others. If you are a fan of rock and metal, you may prefer to ...

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  3. How to learn piano with technology

    I've been trying to learn how to play the piano for the past few months, almost from scratch. It's complicated, sometimes frustrating, but it's also very useful.

    Now you may want to know that an article about learning to play the piano is made on a technology blog. The answer is simple: if it's not a technology, I can still try.

    Although I sometimes feel that I started at the age of 27, the traditional method still remains the main part of this musical journey, but I'm fortunate that I can live in an era of rich resources. It can be used at the touch of a button.

    This is the first part of a long series of piano lessons. This is basically a personal account, but I hope this can help others to start.

    This personal goal has existed for a long time. Although I do not have a formal background music, I have an informal background. Almost half of the music I heard is classical music, and I often go on live performances several times a year. I've studied several music history courses at the university, although I do not know how to read music better than third classes, let alone play it. Until now, all that I know about music comes from the curiosity that my Wikipedia sometimes propagates to me.

    Honestly, it's not technically the first time I studied piano, when I was about 11 years old, I spent ...

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