Handbook of Harmony

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This volume explains the patent pending system and technique on creating beautiful chord progressions and changes.

This is the first time that this information has appeared in print allowing anybody to create that soulful sound in their music.

With this course you will be creating harmonies and progressions to go with music of your choice. 

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Watch our resident musician Glen Stewart us the Harmony System

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This volume explains the patent pending system and technique on creating beautiful chord progressions and changes. This is the first time that this information has appeared in print allowing anybody to create that soulful sound in their music. With this course you will be creating harmonies and progressions to go with music of your choice. 

There are no songs or progressions to memorize in this course. This is because you are going to be creating your own progressions and harmonies to go with the songs that you choose. 

This is a step-by-step process that you can apply to any piece of music.

Learn about Tones, Accidentals, Intervals, chord dissonance, consonance and resolution. 

We explain how to turn a single note melody into full blown Advanced Chords

THIS IS A DIGITAL PRODUCT - IT IS A DOWNLOAD ADOBE PDF'sIn this volume:

- Introduction to the number system.

- Tones, Accidentals, Intervals

- Turn a one note melody into full blown advanced chords.

- Change songs with simple voicings and flare them up with advanced voicings.

- Add passing chords anywhere you desire.

- Secrets to instantly identify any tone of any scale without memorizing

- Learn about Chord Dissonance and Resolution

- An Intro to Picture Chords (instantly playing chords in any key)

- Create unique progressions from scratch.

- Voicing Progressions

All the DETAILS on HOW TO DO IT!

Everything in the Handbook of Harmony is beautifully illustrated in full color with lots of diagrams. No music reading is required

We explain how to turn a simple one note melody into full blown advanced chords

The Christmas song "Hark the Herald Angels Sing" with one finger chords

We explain how to turn a simple one note melody into full blown advanced chords

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