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Rosa’s Adult Piano Lessons Reharmonization Level 7 Advanced Level - Diminished 7 Chords (b3 + b5): Learn Piano With Rosa

Length: 55 pages10 minutes


Learn Piano Level 7 - Learn to reharmonize a song with Diminished 7 Chords

Do you want your piano playing to sound more like a professional?

You need to learn how to put in Diminished 7 Chords into your songs. They create great sounding bass lines whereby you move your chords chromatically either upward or downward in a chord progression.

Many students are scared of the Diminished 7 Chords because they find them very difficult to play. How can we turn something complex to easy thinking?

Here's the Secret: Do not use the standard chord formula (1 b3 b5 bb7) when you play the diminished 7 Chords. Use the simple formula: 1 b3 b5 6 whereby the 4 tones are each 3 semi tones apart.

Once your thinking is clear in this matter, you will be able to put in diminished 7 Chords easily into songs.

Here are some of the topics we will cover in this course:

1. Understanding Diminished 7 Chords - Chord Fromula

Diminished 7 Chord Formula: 1 b3 b5 bb7 Diminished 7 Chord Formula: 1 b3 b5 6 Figure out all 12 Diminished 7 Chords

2. Familiarize Yourself to the Sounds of Diminished 7 Chords

3. C#dim7 Substituting A7b9 in Chord Progression

Understanding Chord Progression: C A7b9 Dm7 G7 C#dim7 is the upper structure of A7b9 Piano Demo - Upper structure Diminished 7 Chord can replace VI7b9 in any Key Roman Numeral Notation for C#dim7 Diminished 7 Chords create beautiful Chromatic Chord Movement Piano Demo - C C#dim7 Dim7 G7

4. Step 1: Away in a Manger - Use C#dim7 Chord Sub

5. Step 2: Away in a Manger - Use Chord Insert - Ebdim7

Em7 - Ebdim7 -Dm7

6. Step 3: Away in a Manger - Use Chord Insert - F#dim7

F - F#dim7 - C/G

7. Step 4: Away in a Manger - Use Chord Insert - D#dim7

C - C#dim7 - C/E

8. Summary: 4 Kinds of Diminished 7 Chords in C Key

C#dim7 Ebdim7 F#dim7 D#dim7

Learn these FUN Piano Techniques using Chromatic Movement

1. Right Hand Fingering for Chromatic Scales

2. Left Hand Fingering for Chromatic Scales

3. Right Hand Chromatic Runs in 2 Octaves - Intro or Ending

4. Left Hand Chromatic Runs in 2 Octaves - Intro or Ending

5. Right Hand Chromatic Fill in - for ONE Beat

6. Right Hand Scale Run in Long tones between melody tones

7. Left Hand Chromatic tone movement between Chords

Come on in and enroll in this course!

Let's have some fun together,


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