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Quartal Triad Comping - Intro & Quartal Theory

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Lesson Excerpt: In this tutorial, we'll learn how to construct triads  using the 4th scale degree. The key here is E Major Lydian. E - F# - G# - A# - B - C# - D# - E. All we have to do from here is build our chords in the intervals of a Root - 4th - 5th. Pay...

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