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Deconstructing the Beatles 101 - Chords and Progressions.
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Savoy Truffle was written about the sweet tooth of…
You can use the minor III chord….
As a passing chord walking up from I to IV
As a substitute for vi in the Heart and Soul pattern.
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As a passing chord walking down from IV to I
The flat III chord is often used…
To pivot to the relative minor
To pivot to the parallel minor
As a secondary dominant
To walk up from I to IV
The typical chords in the Twelve Bar Blues are…
I, IV, V, VI
I, IV, and V
I, V, VI
I, II, IV, and V
A plagal cadence is
Holding on to the dominant means….
Repeating a bass note
Switching instruments in the middle of a song
Staying on the V chord and delaying the return to the IV chord.
Staying on a V chord and delaying the return to the tonic (I chord).
Hey Jude's coda is an example of…
Holding on to the dominant
A shift to the relative minor key
The Heart and Soul sequence
A double plagal cadence
If a song is in C major and its bridge is in the parallel minor, the bridge is in…
The typical Heart and Soul sequence is…
If a D7 chord is a non-functioning secondary dominant it moves to…
Anywhere other than G major or G minor
The circle of fifths…
Is the only way to move from one chord to another
Defines relationships between the twelve chromatic notes and their associated major and minor keys
Determines what chords can be used in a song based on the song's key
Contains only major chords
If a song is in C major and it's bridge is in the relative minor, the bridge is in…
The relative minor of Bb major is
Day Tripper builds tension in the bridge by…
Holding on to the dominant for twelve bars
All answers are correct
Multiple repeats of the main riff
Guitar notes that move up the scale one measure at a time
A D7 chord is a secondary dominant of…
Bb major or Bb minor
G major or G minor
C major or C minor
A major or A minor
A typical example of a deceptive cadence is…
The dominant chord is formed from which degree of the major scale?
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Chords and Progressions
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