December 2015 Archives

Paris, 1929

Analyzed by VLL

I, ii, iii, IV, V, vi, viio, I octave= 3 note family of chords key of G major/ E Natural Minor.

E Natural Minor Family of Chords.png

Pages 5 and 6


#24=chromatic half steps up to the chord. Eb to E

Bb to B, etc. Apply concept to your own writing.

#25= II7 sub dominant seventh for the iim7b5

you sub for m7b5 chord

You can substitute a minor, minor7th or a minor seventh flat 5th chord with a dominant seventh chord.

#26= II7/b9

#27= ii6 subbed minor 6th for a diminished or minor 7thb5 chord. Less common.

#28=V7 sub

#29= i

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#30 = im6/#4 rare sub. most fancy sub, Lydian against minor (like Led Zeppelin).

#31= i (in natural harmonic)

#32= i/sus2

#33 = I6/9 (minor tonality end on major chord tonality)

Picardy third

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