USE DOMINANT FUNCTION, HARMONIC MINOR, AND VOICE LEADING

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USE DOMINANT FUNCTION, HARMONIC MINOR, AND VOICE LEADING

The dominant chord (or the chord built on the 5th degree of a scale) is a fairly important chord in music because its structure and tendency toward the tonic chord really help define the tonal center of a progression. In this course, you get to know dominant chords and find out how to use them in your music. You also take a look at secondary dominants, which allow you to use the dominant sound to strengthen a progression toward chords other than the tonic. In addition, you discover the ins and outs of voice leading.

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