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Read the Reviews from the Amazon and Udemy platform: Review from Sam: Revolutionary way to learn chord progression! Already knew circle of 5ths when I first learned theory, but didn't know that it also can be used to chord progression for every key. Rosa structured the whole course in such a detail where it takes you from a player who can't play without score to a playe Read the Reviews from the Amazon and Udemy platform: Review from Sam: Revolutionary way to learn chord progression! Already knew circle of 5ths when I first learned theory, but didn't know that it also can be used to chord progression for every key. Rosa structured the whole course in such a detail where it takes you from a player who can't play without score to a player who can start playing simple songs by ear. But what is more important is that you can advance further from there by playing in different keys, exploring more advanced chords using her concept. Even if you are an advanced player, I think this course still can help you build a solid foundation in understanding the chord progression in more details. Highly recommended! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Review from Music Teacher Ángel Candelaria: Very Useful A great resource for both students and music teachers. Highly recommended! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Review from Barbara: Circle of 5th's really is magic for learning! This course is so full of information it will keep you busy for awhile. The Magic Circle has helped me learn Key Signatures, the order of Sharps and Flats, Roman Numerals & Chord progressions. There is a Chart in the course that is helpful also. I loved the exercises which helped me retain the information.Best course on the Circle of Fifths I have ever encountered. Quality course. -------------------------- The Circle of 5ths is a fascinating music tool that incorporates many elements of music theory into a visual format. Just as a color wheel shows how colors blend together in harmony, the Circle of 5ths shows how the 12 unique tones work harmoniously in music. In this book, I show you 17 aspects of how to understand the Circle of 5ths and their applications to ukulele playing. Many people only understand the Circle of 5ths in a 'static' manner. I show you how to make the Circle of 5ths come alive so that you can use it interactively in your ukulele music. Here are the 17 topics covered: THE CIRCLE OF 5THS - Introduction 1. The Diagram of the Circle of 5ths 2. 12 Key Signatures 3. Flats and Sharps 4. Learn This Trick 5. Rosa's Rotary Circle 6. All 12 Major Keys 7. Chord Movement - Counter Clockwise 8. Circle of 4ths? 9. I IV V7 of all 12 Keys 10. 7 Diatonic Chords of all 12 Keys 11. Major and Minor Scales 12. Common Chord Progressions 13. Transposing Songs to Other Keys 14. Ukulele Chord Charts with the Circle of 5ths 15. Roman Numeral System 16. 144 Ukulele Chord Chart Reference 17. Conclusion Have Fun! :)


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Read the Reviews from the Amazon and Udemy platform: Review from Sam: Revolutionary way to learn chord progression! Already knew circle of 5ths when I first learned theory, but didn't know that it also can be used to chord progression for every key. Rosa structured the whole course in such a detail where it takes you from a player who can't play without score to a playe Read the Reviews from the Amazon and Udemy platform: Review from Sam: Revolutionary way to learn chord progression! Already knew circle of 5ths when I first learned theory, but didn't know that it also can be used to chord progression for every key. Rosa structured the whole course in such a detail where it takes you from a player who can't play without score to a player who can start playing simple songs by ear. But what is more important is that you can advance further from there by playing in different keys, exploring more advanced chords using her concept. Even if you are an advanced player, I think this course still can help you build a solid foundation in understanding the chord progression in more details. Highly recommended! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Review from Music Teacher Ángel Candelaria: Very Useful A great resource for both students and music teachers. Highly recommended! ------------------------------------------------------------------ Review from Barbara: Circle of 5th's really is magic for learning! This course is so full of information it will keep you busy for awhile. The Magic Circle has helped me learn Key Signatures, the order of Sharps and Flats, Roman Numerals & Chord progressions. There is a Chart in the course that is helpful also. I loved the exercises which helped me retain the information.Best course on the Circle of Fifths I have ever encountered. Quality course. -------------------------- The Circle of 5ths is a fascinating music tool that incorporates many elements of music theory into a visual format. Just as a color wheel shows how colors blend together in harmony, the Circle of 5ths shows how the 12 unique tones work harmoniously in music. In this book, I show you 17 aspects of how to understand the Circle of 5ths and their applications to ukulele playing. Many people only understand the Circle of 5ths in a 'static' manner. I show you how to make the Circle of 5ths come alive so that you can use it interactively in your ukulele music. Here are the 17 topics covered: THE CIRCLE OF 5THS - Introduction 1. The Diagram of the Circle of 5ths 2. 12 Key Signatures 3. Flats and Sharps 4. Learn This Trick 5. Rosa's Rotary Circle 6. All 12 Major Keys 7. Chord Movement - Counter Clockwise 8. Circle of 4ths? 9. I IV V7 of all 12 Keys 10. 7 Diatonic Chords of all 12 Keys 11. Major and Minor Scales 12. Common Chord Progressions 13. Transposing Songs to Other Keys 14. Ukulele Chord Charts with the Circle of 5ths 15. Roman Numeral System 16. 144 Ukulele Chord Chart Reference 17. Conclusion Have Fun! :)

30 review for Music Theory - Ukulele Chord Theory - Circle of Fifths Fully Explained and application to Ukulele Playing (Learn Ukulele Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    John

    Confusing The author left out a lot of things, example - upper case Roman numerals represent major cords, lower case numerals represent minor cords. In folk music I play - the cords for C major are I, IV and V which translate to C,F and G with Am (vi). She also didn’t tell you how to figure out the notes in a cord, example - C major cord are the notes C,G and E or I,III,V...C1 D2 E3 F4 G5 A6 B7....OK I’m getting confusing but she needed a Proof Reader/fact checker.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Clif Brittain

    Shadow of a skeleton. I have no formal training in music theory, but I understand that music sounds nice because it has an order and discipline imposed by the scale. This book reveals some of that structure. But it gives no examples. I would love to hear a more extended discussion. This book is but the shadow of a skeleton. I want the entire voluptuous body.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Kip Kennedy

    Nothing new I really didn't find any new material or methods in this book. After reading the claims in the books description, I expected more information than you would find in a music theory book.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Marnie Jamieson

    Circle of 5ths Tool you create makes something very complicated very simple Tool is very useful and simple. No jargon or complicated theory, just directions on how to create your own easy to understand and follow tool.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Gerald Dragomir

    Helpful, simple and can be even better The theory is sound and well developed. The book needs some serious editing and perhaps a bit more development in a few places to make it an outstanding contribution to music instruction.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    This is a good book. Lots of information presented in a logical format. A quick read. The charts included in the book are good. I think this book would be better to read as either a paperback or a hardback book instead of a ebook. I read this on my kindle app on my nook reader and the charts were really hard to read. Even when I enlarged the chart (which wasn't much possible) it was still quite difficult to read. If the author has the individual charts from the book are available from the author This is a good book. Lots of information presented in a logical format. A quick read. The charts included in the book are good. I think this book would be better to read as either a paperback or a hardback book instead of a ebook. I read this on my kindle app on my nook reader and the charts were really hard to read. Even when I enlarged the chart (which wasn't much possible) it was still quite difficult to read. If the author has the individual charts from the book are available from the author I would totally buy.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Richard Bacon

    Informative book regarding chords - how they are built and their relations to one another.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Scaron

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    Linda C

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    francis fitzsimmons

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dannooo

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    Sam Bruskin

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    Laura

  14. 4 out of 5

    T.J.Underwood

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    Arthur Milholland

  16. 5 out of 5

    Paul A. Bigelman

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    Darrell Bruning

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Tammy Erickson

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    Carol Lasser

  21. 5 out of 5

    Carol Burston

  22. 4 out of 5

    Chris Sutton

  23. 5 out of 5

    Trent Nentrup

    Circle of 5ths I really liked and needed some more music theory to support a 55 year lifetime of playing by ear. This book was easy, informative, and concise. Good teaching, good method of providing a DIY circle of 5ths rotating wheel/tool that helps to transpose keys, and recognize note and chord patterns. Well worth the read. Enjoy.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dorothy Durrenberger

  25. 5 out of 5

    Pat Zepp

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    Brenda

  27. 5 out of 5

    Walter Lomax.

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    Jack Fair

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  30. 5 out of 5

    Tucker Hatfield

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