When I first learned about triad pairs (and spreads) let's just say... 🤯 – my head exploded, metaphorically speaking.
"You mean using just a couple of three note chords I can create soulful harmonized melodies and rich pop piano accompaniment?"
The answer is a big emphatic YES.
I made a whole course about the concept back when I was heavily focused on teaching during the pandemic and it was one of my most popular creations, especially because it can be so easily tied into popular melodies and harmony.
Anyways – it's been a few years since I made the course and now that I'm making a bunch of videos with my portable setup, I figured why not come up with a fresh new etude that uses triad pairs and record it with a beautiful view of New Hampshire. So here we are.
I hope you enjoy this free lesson. If you want to dive even deeper into all the ways in which you can use triads to make your playing extra expressive, consider checking out the entire course that spans multiple hours, multiple keys, multiple styles, and includes PDFs as well as practice and practical song exercises.
Sure, it's free, but you're welcome to pay more if you'd like!