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How to add harmonic spice to your own music

Learn how to add harmony to your own improvised music

Released on January 15, 2014

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rita on May 2, 2014 @1:43 pm PST
Thankyou, I found this very informative. In order to study this more would it be possible to have a printout so that I can see the notation of the left hand.
Robert - host, on May 3, 2014 @11:31 am PST
The purpose of this video is to help you experiment improvising accompaniments to songs you know. The idea of the I - IV and V chords are simple so long as you are very familiar with your major scales. They are built on the notes of the major scale!

Try harmonizing first in C major so you have no sharps or flats to distract you. Then venture to G major or F major (which each have one accidental) until you are comfortable. Then you can venture to other keys.
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