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Chords, progressions, inversions

Chords, progressions, inversions

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Published by Mariko Delagana
My own understanding of chords used in the I, IV, V chord progression as well as the letters used for all chords; in every key. A few tips and tricks are put in to help teachers and or students remember hoe to make a major chord into a minor chord and vice versa. I wanted to add songs that include the chord progression of I, IV, and V chords in any key possible. Everything is just at your finger tips!
My own understanding of chords used in the I, IV, V chord progression as well as the letters used for all chords; in every key. A few tips and tricks are put in to help teachers and or students remember hoe to make a major chord into a minor chord and vice versa. I wanted to add songs that include the chord progression of I, IV, and V chords in any key possible. Everything is just at your finger tips!

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I, IV, and V Chords in Each Key
Here is a table of the I, IV, and V chords in all 15 major keys. Don’t kill yourself trying to memorize these
all in one shot. With time and experience you will eventually memorize these groups of chords. You'regoing to
encounter them so much that you’ll come to see and hear them as a small family.
 
 
Major Key I IV VC
C F G
G
G C D
D
D G A
A
A D E
E
E A B
B
B E F#
Cb
Cb Fb Gb
F#
F# B C#
Gb
Gb Cb Db
C#
C# F# G#
Db
Db Gb Ab
Ab
Ab Db Eb
Eb
Eb Ab Bb
Bb
Bb Eb F
F
F Bb C
 
I - IV - V Chord Pattern
Major Key - Chord Pattern
 Key of C C - F - GKey of D D - G - AKey of E E - A - BKey of F F - Bb - CKey of G G - C
DKey of A A - D
EKey of B B - E - F#Key of Db Db - Gb
AbKey of Eb Eb - Ab
BbKey of Gb Gb - Cb
DbKey of Ab Ab - Db
EbKey of Bb Bb - Eb
F
 
Major Chords
You will notice and also, in time, memorize the letter names for each chord. If just ONE letterchanges, then the entire chord would be a different chord. The letter names will
always
remainthe same for a chord even if there are accidentals. All the chords below are written in ROOTposition. As long as you play these letters, even in a different position, which we call
inversions
,the chord will still remain what it is.
C C E GC# C# E# G#Cb Cb Eb GbD D F# ADb Db F AbE E G# BEb Eb G BbF F A CF# F# A# C#G G B DGb Gb Bb DbA A C# EAb Ab C EbB B D# F#

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