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  1. Music Theory
    I've started learning the basics of Piano improvisation in different styles (Bach, Chopin..:rolleyes:) and it seems to be quite useful to have some typical chord progressions at hand (eg for Bach, there are certain cadences and voice leading styles that can come in handy when improvising in four...
  2. Classical Music Discussion
    Hi, I would like to know, what is the formula for making Baroque fifth progressions. I haven't studied music academically, so can you explain this in as simple as possible. And also can you an example of one? What I mean by that is the repeating melody commonly heard in Baroque music, where the...
  3. Blog
    Hi. I have posted some more music podcasts that deal with areas such as the tritone substitution and major and minor tonalitites. Please do let me know if you find these useful or interesting or rubbish! http://www.joesamuel.co.uk/podcasts/ Joe Samuel
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