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Gmaj consists of the notes G, B, and D. As I said before, the brain of the listener compares each note with the tonic C. The distance between B and C and D and C is so small 1 semitone and 2 semitonesthat you won't find any chord that builds up more tension. And as you know, tension wants to get released! Because of this need for relief, the V chord is the perfect candidate if you want to drive a chord progression home to the tonic. This is the reason why countless songs contain a "V - I" progression in the end of a section. There are several common theories how chords of the Major scale relate to each other and why this is the case.
I won't go into the details here, but one of the most important driving factors is the interval between the root notes of the different chords. However, for this guide it's more important that you can build nice chord progressions quickly. Without further ado, here is a diagram for quick and easy Major scale chord progressions: The "I" chord is like a joker. You can go to any other chord from here. The chart lists only triads.
But four note chords work essentially the same. The chord motions are just suggestions. You don't NEED to follow this chart at all. Sundog contains common Major scale chord progressions, ordered by popularity. You can use them to get a feeling for typical 4-bar progressions. Chord progressions of the Minor scale Before you read the following paragraphs, please make sure that you have read the sections about the Major scale. Especially the stuff on tonics, Anyway chords numerals, and the importance of the V chord.
The Minor scale is the other important scale of Western music. An easy example for a Minor scale is "A Minor". It consists of the white keys of the keyboard, starting from A. The most comfortable way to create chord progressions here is simply this: Only use chords where all notes are part Xxxgay men the scale. Use the tonic chord to make clear on which scale you are. Preferably at the start or end of your progression. Many people use the Minor scale exactly like this.
And that's absolutely fine for many songs. However, there is one problem. And this problem is linked to the importance of the V chord. On the Major scale the V chord creates such a strong pull to the tonic that you can hardly escape it. As I explained before, the second and the third note of the chord are only one and two semitones away from the tonic of the Major scale. Especially the interval of just one semitone creates a strong feeling of tension. And this tension is resolved by moving on to the all-important tonic chord. Now let's take a look at the fifth chord of the Minor scale. The Roman numerals are: The interval from G to A is two semitones, and the interval from B to A is two semitones as well.
It would be so nice if we could work with a major "V" chord as well here. This would be perfect to create the same tension as on the Major scale. But unfortunately the G lies outside the scale. There are two different solutions for this: Both solutions are commonly used. The first one is self-explanatory: Whenever you want to create a strong pull to the tonic, use a "V" instead of a "v". Everything else remains the same. The second solution is interesting as well. The "standard" version of Minor is constructed like this notation using semitones: However, the aural character of the Diminished chord is not as pleasing as that of a Major chord for example, so it's not as commonly used.
Truth be told, the third position of the Harmonic Minor is a bit disappointing. We traded in a solid Major triad for an Augmented chord. Yes, there might be some situations where this could be interesting, but in many cases we would rather stick to the Major chord here. All the arguments and thoughts from above are the reason why Minor scale chord progressions seem to be a bit harder to handle than Major scale progressions. You can always work just on the standard chords of the Natural Minor scale. It's not wrong to do so, it simply means that in some cases you could create even stronger chord progressions by choosing chords outside the scale.
Chord progressions on other scales The Major and the Minor scale are the most important scales if you want to work with chords. Compared to many other music cultures, Western music relies quite heavily on chords and chord progressions. If you want to compose music on other scales, please be aware that in many cases the desired effect won't come from great chord progressions. For example, quite a few other traditions use drone sounds to establish tonality. Drone music plays one note - often the root note - throughout the whole song or at least large parts of it.
This note can be sustained or repeated. A classic example is bagpipe music.
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If you want to take a quick look at the possible chords of many different scales, you can either use the free Scale Chords project at http: Or you can use the full version of Sundog. Modal chord progressions and borrowed chords I already told you about the Major and the Minor scale Anyway chords that they are related to each other. For example, "C Major" and "A Major" both use the white keys of the keyboard, but they start at different note positions. There are five other scales that are part of Rollo tomassi wiki same family.
The whole collection is called "the seven Western modes". Each of these modes has got an own flavour. A word of caution before I continue: When you start out, it's better to use Anyway chords Major and the Minor scale exclusively for a while. In fact, these two are used more often than the other modes combined. It's a good idea to develop a feeling for Major and Minor before you start to work with the other modes. You really need to make clear in which mode you are, as your listeners will get confused otherwise. Oh, and by the way: It's perfectly fine to stick to Major and Minor! You have plenty of options to write interesting songs there.
This being said, let's start with a small overview. There are seven different modes. Their character ranges from bright to dark. Three of them are considered to be "Major modes" their tonic is a Major chordthree others count as "Minor modes" the tonic is Minorand one is a "Diminished mode". The latter is only rarely used, because the tonic doesn't sound very pleasant. The Ionian mode is identical to the Major scale, the Aeolian mode is identical to the Minor scale. The following image lists all the chords of the seven modes: But how do you write good chord progressions in other modes than Ionian Major or Aeolian Minor?
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