In this course, you will learn about the seven types of passing chords; First-inversion, Diminished Chromatic, Minor Chromatic, Secondary Dominant, 2-5-1, Tritone Substitution, and Chromatic Mediant. Jazz and Gospel pianists rely heavily on these passing chords and their concepts. Therefore, if you aspire to play those genres effectively, this course covers ALL of the secrets.

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  1. By Zurk on September 14, 2018
    This course is well explained i learn and understand alot.
  2. By imedicineman on November 28, 2018
    Not just a passing grade, Warren... you Aced it! ;-D
    Great job. I learned a lot from this one.
  3. By Patrick MAGONGO on January 2, 2019
    I am a happy man Sir. I think you gave your all in the key of C passing chords. Excellent stuff. Please prepare a course of left hand keyboard bass lines sounding like basist in bass guitar for all notes of a scale like C. Please!
  4. By Edujuri on February 27, 2019
    I've been playing piano for a long time and this lesson gave me a lot of useful information to keep improving on how to play with singers!