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What makes up a key?

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This is the second part of my podcast on music theory.

If you want to access this individual podcast, go to http://guitarblog.torvund.net/2007/10/31/practical-music-theory-for-guitar-player-what-is-a-key/.

To subscribe, click here or put http://podcast.torvund.net/musictheory.xml in your podcast software, for instance iTunes.

There are no written lesson that directly corresponds to the content in this podcast. There are hints on topics that will be covered in future podcasts, and that are covered in various lessons.

The perfect fifth

The Thirds

The Thirds

The Tritone or the Diminished Fifth

From intervals to chords - major and minor triads

Sus4 and sus2 chords

The circle of fifths

The harmonic stronghold: The V7-I progression

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