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Major Key Chord Chart

Major Key Chord Chart

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http://www.musilosophy.com/chord-charts.htm Major key chord chart
Major key
has two major seventh chords on I and IV degrees; there are minor seventh chords onII, III and VI degrees while dominant 7 chord is on V. Half diminished chord is on the VIIdegree of major key. I, II or IV, and Vare the most used chords. Classical pop progressions are I- VI - IV - V or I - III - II - V. However, in music you can find every combination of all thesechords.Pay attention to IV degree (Major with augmented 4th )
Here are the
major and minor scales
with their chords
armonic minor key chord charts
Harmonic minor key is the
classical minor scale
; I think it is the
minor scale because thenatural minor ones is similar to the major scale while melodic minor scale is less used. This scalehas minor major seventh chord on the first degree; there are major chords on III and VI; half diminished chord is on the second degree, diminished 7 on VII and minor seventh is on fourthone. Dominant seventh chord is on V and it has also minor ninth and minor sixth!
Here is the harmonic minor 
chord chart

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