AP 204: The Secrets to Understanding Pentecostal & Gospel Music

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If you already know how to play a lot of chords but you cannot play by ear or hear chords/chord progressions by ear, or if you don’t understand what or why you play what you play this is a great course option for you.

This course has a HUGE 5 hours and 20 minutes of learning and is meant for those who are ready to learn to understand how music works, to enhance their ability to substitute chords, and to understand what kind of fills and runs you can play because of what key you are in.

This course focuses on learning and understanding the Musical Roman Numeral System in-depth.  In the first six lessons, we are going to show you hundreds of chord movements and how to train your brain to recognize them by ear.

We are going to study not just the basic ii, iii, IV, V, vi and vii chords but also the #1, b3, #4, b6, b7 and ALL the different chords that can be used in-between.  In the last six lessons, we are going to show you HUNDREDS of chords and how to train your brain to recognize them by ear also.

This course focuses on teaching you ALL the chords that you need to know to play Gospel music…not just majors, minor, 7ths, and suspended 2 chords (we will go over these also).  We are going to teach you all the PHAT chords you need to know and WHERE to play them.  Then we are going to breakdown different fills, runs and scales you can use with these chords.  It will cover 9ths, 11ths, 13ths, augmented and diminished chords and everything in between.

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COURSE OUTLINE (SYLLABUS)

Lesson 1: Introduction, Filler Notes in Different Keys, Diatonic Notes, Musical Roman Numeral System in Every Key, How to Hear Different “Family Members” By Hear and How Understand Music

Lesson 2: Studying the Most Common Movements in Music, 6 Most Common Ways to Go from I to IV and I to V in Every Key, And Hearing Them By Ear

Lesson 3: 17 Different Ways to Go to vi chord, VI chord, and ii chord, and How to Hear These By Ear

Lesson 4: Studying the ii and II chord. 11 Different Progressions to Use with ii and II chords and How to Hear These By Ear

Lesson 5: Studying the iii and III chords. 15 Different Progressions to Use with them and How to Hear Them By Ear

Lesson 6: Out of the Scale Chords, bVII, bVI, #IV, bIII, #I and how to use them and hear them by ear

Lesson 7: Learning All 12 Dominant, Minor and Major 7ths in Every Key, Recognizing These Different 7ths By Ear, and Substituting Them Into Songs

Lesson 8: Learning All 12 Augmented, Diminished, Suspended, 6th, Minor 6th Chords, Augmented 7ths, Half Diminished 7ths and how to substitute them. Example Song shown as well as additional fills and runs for these chords.

Lesson 9: Learning all 12 Dominant 9th, minor 9th, major 9th chords, Example Songs with 9ths, Ninth Walkdowns, Substituting 9ths Into Your Playing, Fully Diminished Chords

Lesson 10: 7#5#9 in every key, how to substitute this chord, 7b9 chords, how to substitute them, walking bass lines, indepth left hand walking bass lines, elevenths, minor elevenths, how to use them, example songs

Lesson 11: More example songs with 11ths and minor 11ths, additional tricks and fills on 11ths, intro to 13th chords, 9add13 chord and how to use it, tips and tricks on 9add13 chords, walking 13 chords, example song

Lesson 12: Crazy cool advanced V chords, 7#5#9 tritone substitution chords, playing in the flow, 2 over 1 chord, jazz chord, ending.