Harmonic Ideas for the Chorus – Songwriting Lesson

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Harmonic Ideas for the Chorus – Songwriting Lesson

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Berklee Online instructor Jimmy Kachulis explains how to create an effective chorus usin a chord progression in any key color that doesn’t end on the I chord of the key.

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Download Your Free Songwriting Handbook Now: https://berkonl.in/2v4qUyj
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Berklee Online instructor Jimmy Kachulis explains how to create an effective chorus usin a chord progression in any key color that doesn’t end on the I chord of the key.