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1. Introduction
1.1. Heavy Metal as a Musical Genre – Development and Boundaries
1.2. A Notion on Transcriptions and Reductive Notation
2. The Acoustics of the Loud and Distorted Chords
3. The Problem with the Chord Roots of Dyads
3.1. The Chord of the Open Sixth
3.2. The Chord of the Fourth
4. Scales, Modes and Voice Leading in Heavy Metal
4.1. Pentatonic and Blues Scales
4.2. Modal Scales and the Modal System
4.3. Major/Minor Tonal Influences in Heavy Metal
5. Chord Structures and Their Relation to Modal/Tonal
5.1. Modal Altered Chords
5.2. Tonal Altered Chords
5.3. Acoustic Chords and Chromatic Altered Chords
5.4. Diatonic Vertical Dissonances
6. Conclusions
References
Discography
Appendix I
Appendix II
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Characteristics of Heavy Metal Chords Structure

Characteristics of Heavy Metal Chords Structure

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