ZaBorski feat. on Internet Radio

The Honest Hour

JeFF Zaborski Compositions by Marc Zirin   ZaBorski was featured on the Internet Radio Show, ‘The Honest Hour‘. He was asked to be a guest on the show after composing the intro music for their podcast. He talked a little bit about music theory and his musical background. The Honest Hour is a show with open conversation with a variety of topics. The best part is that the show is un-edited, so you know get the Honest Truth.     The Instrumental track that Zaborski…

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Music Theory Lesson – Progressions #2

Chord Progression Chart

Last week we discussed labeling the keys in each repeating section and labeled them 1-7. We followed that crazy chart. But hopefully you figured it out and created some really interesting chord progressions. If not, please don’t hesitate to ask questions.   So you remember in the last lesson, you start on number one and from there it’s a wild card. You can go to any number you want. After that, depending on which number your on, you have to obey which numbers you are…

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Music Theory Lesson – Progressions #1

Chord Progression Chart

Today I’m going to teach you the very basic starting point of Music Chord Theory & Chord Progressions. Don’t worry, it’s easy as cake.  I use a piano to play music and will be teaching my knowledge through it. This Music Theory can be applied to any instrument, but it’s the easiest to visualize on the piano. All you need is a piano, two hands, and a desire to learn.   So as you’ve noticed, the piano has many white & black keys with repeating…

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Music Theory Blog Intro

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I love playing music on a variety of instruments and teaching my friends subtle patterns in music theory that I notice.  That’s when I realized why not start a blog teaching everything I know about Music Chord Theory.  I’m constantly learning new things each day as I explore the chords and how they interact with each other; so new information will constantly be flowing.  Before I start, let me use this entry to explain my musical background.   I’ve been playing instruments since I was…

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