Dr. B Music Theory Lesson 49 (Beyond the Basics: Dominant chords with the substituted 6th): EXCERPT

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1:53 – Tonal Harmony
6:10 – The Dominant Chord with the 6th substituted for the 5th
6:44 – Examples on how & why it works
15:30 – Why scale degree 2 – 3 – 1 has to be in the soprano/melody
16:07 – V7
20:43 – What the wrong way sounds like (for scale degree 2 – 3 – 1)
25:48 – V7subs6th vs. V13 (what would a jazz musician do)
31:05 – EXAMPLE: Robert Schumann analysis (in minor)
Listen to Schumann’s “Album for the Young: Folk Song” op.68, no. 9
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Can I recommend that you create a series on Orchestration for band? I would love to write music for bands but i’m never sure which part to put where ha! Thank you! Your videos are amazing!

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Thank you so much for these!! Its because of you I passed my first 3 college level music theory courses. I always recommend you to everyone looking to learn music theory. Thanks again!

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