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Old 03-07-2021, 03:47 AM
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Nice lesson on how music will arise from the simplest chord progression possible if the pitches and order of the chordal tones are varied, and how a more interesting melody emerges from the ocasional use of a single non chord tone.
Found the transcription a bit unclear though, you have written it in C with an F# accidental
but you play it in G, is it a 1 5 1 chord progresion or a 414 progression which hasn't finished yet? Also I think it would be clearer if you put chord symbols over each bar where there is a chord change. Otherwise great lesson thanks. Hope this helps.
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