It’s guesswork/homework time again…but this time you may use your chord charts. In yesterday’s episode, we talked about chording the notes of a scale. If you play triads on the 1st, 4th & 5th degrees of a scale, we call that playing tonic, subdominant and dominant chords. If you play single notes beginning on the 1st, 3rd & 5th degree of a CMajor Scale we call that forming a chord
on the tonic of the scale. But, what happens if you play chords on every degree of a scale using all white notes on a keyboard from a CMajor scale? Would every chord/triad sound major or minor, or something else? That’s your homework for this week. Find out what happens…
Shoutouts: We meant to give a shout-out to two colleagues who have reportedly won awards from the music industry. Shout out to them and a big congratulations!! Also shoutouts go to our friends over at Bravura Phil…your concert was great!
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