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Learn how to reharmonize a song by putting in a variety of Chromatic chords to spice up the Song - Away in a Manger

Learn Piano Level 7 - Learn to reharmonize a song with Diminished 7 Chords

Do you want your piano playing to sound more like a professional?

You need to learn how to put in Diminished 7 Chords into your songs. They create great sounding bass lines whereby you move your chords chromatically either upward or downward in a chord progression.

Many students are scared of the Diminished 7 Chords because they find them very difficult to play. How can we turn something complex to easy thinking?

Here's the Secret: Do not use the standard chord formula (1 b3 b5 bb7) when you play the diminished 7 Chords. Use the simple formula: 1 b3 b5 6 whereby the 4 tones are each 3 semi tones apart.

Once your thinking is clear in this matter, you will be able to put in diminished 7 Chords easily into songs.

Here are some of the topics we will cover in this course:

1. Understanding Diminished 7 Chords - Chord Fromula

Diminished 7 Chord Formula: 1 b3 b5 bb7
Diminished 7 Chord Formula: 1 b3 b5 6
Figure out all 12 Diminished 7 Chords

2. Familiarize Yourself to the Sounds of Diminished 7 Chords

3. C#dim7 Substituting A7b9 in Chord Progression

Understanding Chord Progression: C A7b9 Dm7 G7
C#dim7 is the upper structure of A7b9
Piano Demo - Upper structure
Diminished 7 Chord can replace VI7b9 in any Key
Roman Numeral Notation for C#dim7
Diminished 7 Chords create beautiful Chromatic Chord Movement
Piano Demo - C C#dim7 Dim7 G7

4. Step 1: Away in a Manger - Use C#dim7 Chord Sub


5. Step 2: Away in a Manger - Use Chord Insert - Ebdim7

Em7 - Ebdim7 -Dm7

6. Step 3: Away in a Manger - Use Chord Insert - F#dim7

F - F#dim7 - C/G

7. Step 4: Away in a Manger - Use Chord Insert - D#dim7

C - C#dim7 - C/E

8. Summary: 4 Kinds of Diminished 7 Chords in C Key

C#dim7
Ebdim7
F#dim7
D#dim7

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