Course Description

This Piano course is a course that will teach you how to use different types of borrowed chords in your Chord Progressions.

In this course, you will learn about how to use borrowed chords. You will learn about how to use borrowed Chords that are from the parallel key. Moreover, you will also learn about how to use borrowed chords that are from a parallel mode. In addition to this, you will learn about how to use borrowed chords in different ways.

Course curriculum

  • 1

    How to use Borrowed Chords

    • Introduction

    • What you need to know before taking this Course (i.e. the prerequisites that are needed)

    • What is a Borrowed Chord? | What is a Parallel Key? | What is a Parallel Mode?

    • An example of using a Borrowed Chord in a Chord Progression

    • Different ways of Using Borrowed Chords

    • You can use Borrowed Chords to alter the sounds of your Chord Progressions

    • Using Borrowed Chords as Substitute Chords

    • A Borrowed Chord that comes from the Parallel Harmonic Minor Key

    • A Borrowed Chord that comes from the Parallel Natural Minor Key

    • A Borrowed Chord that comes from the Parallel Mixolydian Mode

    • Another Borrowed Chord(VI Chord) that comes from the Parallel Harmonic Minor Key

    • A Borrowed Chord that comes from the Parallel Dorian Mode

    • 2 different ways of using a Borrowed Chord

    • How to use a Chord that is borrowed from a Dorian Mode

    • A Borrowed Chord from the Parallel Lydian Mode

    • How to use a Chord that is borrowed from the parallel Phrygian Mode

    • How to use another Chord that is borrowed from the parallel Harmonic Minor Key

    • How to use a Chord that is borrowed from the parallel Melodic Minor Key

  • 2

    Conclusion

    • Conclusion