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The 7b,9#,13b Chord Substitution (Gospel Chords)

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The 7b,9#,13b Chord Substitution (Gospel Chords)

Approx. run time, 44 minutes/ 425MB
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This chord substitution can be used in worship songs, praise songs hymns and congregational songs. Learning this type of chord will take your playing to the next level. The pros use this chord a lot in Jazz and Gospel music. Your playing will never be the same after learning how to use this and other variations of this chord in the video course.

Who will benefit from this course

  • The church musician that is serious about taking there playing to the next level
  • The church musician that wants to expand there vocabulary of chords
  • The church musician that wants to play a song more than just one way

What will you learn from this course

  • How to use the 7b,9#,13b chord on different tone scale degrees
  • Different variations of this chord
  • How to use the 7b,9#,11# chord
  • How to use the 4th tone Gospel chord
  • Passing Chords
  • Grace notes
  • The 7-3-6 and 6-7-1 Progression

Learn how to use these chord in all 12 Keys illustrated in the PDF file. Also included is a video tutorial on how to use the PDF file

Gospel Endings

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Gospel Endings

Approx. run time, 33 minutes/ 352MB
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This course is designed to give musicians more options to ending or closing out a song. You will not be locked in to just one way of closing out a song. After studying this course you will be able to close out any song using different gospel chord progressions. Also included is a pdf file illustrating gospel chords and progressions from video in all 12 keys

Course Outline

  • Worship Ending
  • Flat 7-1 Progression (contemporary jazz)
  • 4-7b-1 Groove( contemporary Jazz)
  • Major 9-5b-add6 chord(jazz ending)
  • E. Contemporary Traditional endings
  • Transitional Chord (jazz)
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THE NUMBER TRANSPOSITION SYSTEM

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THE NUMBER TRANSPOSITION SYSTEM

Approx. run time, 32 minutes

Many beginner musicians have become dependent on using the transpose button during church services. They are unable to transfer chords learned in one key to another key. Transposing on the keyboard is simply playing chords that are relevant to a given key and lowering or increasing its pitch to mirror another key. For example one can play chords relevant to the key of c major and transpose it pitch to sound like E-flat.
Using the transposition button will handicap musicians when only a Hammond B3 organ or an acoustic piano is available. One of the most uncomfortable and embarrassing situation is when a musician walks in a church and find that a Hammond or an acoustic piano is their only option. There is no transpose button on the "Hammond B3" and acoustic piano. You are forced and struggling to play in the original key of the song. If not your visiting choir or psalmist might be singing a few pitches higher or lower than their range if the song on the acoustic piano is not played in the original key.
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LEFT HAND CHORD VOICING
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LEFT HAND CHORD VOICING

Approx. run time, 50 minutes

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Left hand chord voicing is very important for every church musician to master in order to elevate to the next level of playing. There are root(base note)and rootless(no base) left hand chord voicing. This course will illustrate root left hand chord voicing accompaniment by right hand chords. Root voicing is simply playing the base note along with two or more notes in the left hands. Most beginners only know how to play the base note. Knowledge of just the base note will hinder a musician from moving into advance areas of playing gospel music. These left hand voicing and techniques will also work in any style of music. Musicians all over the world use these universal left hand chord voicing in 100% of songs.
This course will illustrate seven lessons that are universal in every key. This video will teach Chord progressions such as the  1-2-3-4 walk up, the flat 5 chord, the famous minor 11th chord and other types of common chord progressions played in gospel music. This course will also teach you how to play nice rich full sounding chords, passing tones and fill-ins

Oh How I love Jesus Tutorial

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Oh How I love Jesus Tutorial

Approx. run time, 23 minutes
This is a Tutorial on how to play the most Popular hymnal, "Oh How I Love Jesus". In this video I play along with a live singer and then spell out the chords. You will be able to apply some of these gospel Piano chords in other hymns.

"4-3-2-1" Passing Chord Tutorial
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"4-3-2-1" Passing Chord Tutorial

Approx. run time, 9 minutes
This video lesson demonstrates the famous "4-3-2-1" passing chord movement used in gospel music.

What is a passing chord?

A passing chord(s) is a movement used to get from 1 tone of the scale to another tone in a song. For example in the key of C a song root or base note may be moving from C to F. Depending on the song, D and E can be used to get to the F. D and E base note along with the chords in the right hand are passing chords used to get to F(target chord).

What will this lesson teach you?

  • Break down of the chords for the "4-3-2-1" progression
  • Grace note
  • 3 Song samples demonstrating the "4-3-2-1" progression
  • Ebook illustrating the "4-3-2-1" Progression in all 12 keys (color code piano diagrams)


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