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The CMajor Radio Show

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An artistic channel that showcases the past, present and future music of CMajor. Stories, Music and Piano Lessons on every show.

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Do you know what we mean when we say 'chromaticism'? It's all about the half-steps--This is for anyone who is curious about how to write down chromatic chords and use chromaticism. CMajor explains from her point of view as well as... more

It's another day for piano lessons. Parents can learn common music terms along with their children so that they can have more meaningful conversations about music making and practicing. CMajor will talk about this and more! Thank you for... more

Do you like augmented chords? Do you like diminished chords? If so, then you may be able to use major and minor chords to help you find your way to other simple chords and chord patterns. Also, use the chords symbols to help with... more

A few people are naturally able to hear pitch perfectly. We call that "perfect pitch". Will you know a flat chord from any other chord if you hear it? Sometimes musicians describe pitch as color. I have a musician friend that hears the hum... more

Would you describe ninth chords as 'nice-sounding'? How about "colorful"? Which description do you prefer?--Or maybe you never thought about it. In tonight's episode, CMajor will weigh-in on her perspective of ninth chords, how she... more

Do you like the music of J.S. Bach, Mozart, Haydn and other revered composers? If so, then you may be able to use their examples of 7th chords to help you find your way around the piano. What about new music? We'll talk about that too.... more

It's an interesting question--You might ask if it matters what qualifications your teacher or tutor has. Some say it does and others say it doesn't. It was a view previously in the 20th century that you must learn from someone with heavy... more

In today's episode, CMajor will talk about finding triads and chords in First Love. First Love is an original piano song that explores the sounds of major and minor triads and major seventh chords. We will take time to describe each chord in... more

This episode is about identifying chords the way they appear in a given score. Thank you for tuning in as we continue our Piano for Parents series with a discussion of love songs and what they look like. We are learning to write down... more

Listen now as CMajor describes the piano music that gave her a signature sound. It involves minor chords. Are you curious about minor chords? Tune in to hear how ?Sounds of Heartbreak? can be created by using these powerful chords.... more

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