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Progressions Practice Routine #3
« on: November 24, 2006, 11:09:35 AM »
This progression encompasses almost every bass note in a key.  The point of this progression practice is to pay attention to your fingering and try to be smooth with your chord transitions.  If you try to use the same fingering for every chord, u will not do well with this practice.  Also, if you do this in every key, you will notice that some keys will start to feel the same because they are using chord progressions from a previous key.  Enjoy:

1-#1-2-3-4-#4-5-#5-6-7-1 Progression
Key C  LH/RH

C / E-G-C (1)
C# / E-A-C# (#1)
D / F-A-D (2)
E / G-C-E (3)
F / A-C-F (4)
F# / A-D-F# (#4)
G / B-D-G (5)
G# / B-E-G# (#5)
A / C-E-A (6)
B / B-D-G (7)
C / G-C-E (1)

Modulation chord to Db:  Ab / Gb-Bb-Db

Key Db

Db / F-Ab-Db (1)
D / F-Bb-D (#1)
Eb / Gb-Bb-Eb (2)
F / Ab-Db-F (3)
Gb / Bb-Db-Gb (4)
G / Bb-Eb-G (#4)
Ab / C-Eb-Ab (5)
A / C-F-A (#5)
Bb / Db-F-Bb (6)
C / C-Eb-Ab (7)
Db / Ab-Db-F (1)

Modulation chord to D:  A / G-B-D

I've got the first keys posted for yall.  It's up to you to use this and go through the remaining 10 keys.  If there are any questions, feel free to ask.
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Re: Progressions Practice Routine #3
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2006, 09:29:47 AM »
I've decided to explain this progression in a little more detail.  So, here is the complete theory version:

1 / 1 chord
#1 / major 6 chord  (secondary dominant)
2 / 2 chord
3 / 1 chord
4 / 4 chord
#4 / major 2 chord  (secondary dominant)
5 / 5 chord
#5 / major 3 chord  (secondary dominant)
6 / 6 chord
7 / 5 chord
1 / 1 chord
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Re: Progressions Practice Routine #3
« Reply #2 on: December 05, 2006, 04:35:42 PM »
I've decided to explain this progression in a little more detail.  So, here is the complete theory version:

1 / 1 chord
#1 / major 6 chord  (secondary dominant)
2 / 2 chord
3 / 1 chord
4 / 4 chord
#4 / major 2 chord  (secondary dominant)
5 / 5 chord
#5 / major 3 chord  (secondary dominant)
6 / 6 chord
7 / 5 chord
1 / 1 chord



Thanks, Teach. This now makes it easy to translate into every key.  ;)
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Re: Progressions Practice Routine #3
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2006, 07:29:54 AM »
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Re: Progressions Practice Routine #3
« Reply #4 on: March 29, 2007, 01:06:09 PM »
I've decided to explain this progression in a little more detail.  So, here is the complete theory version:

1 / 1 chord
#1 / major 6 chord  (secondary dominant)
2 / 2 chord
3 / 1 chord
4 / 4 chord
#4 / major 2 chord  (secondary dominant)
5 / 5 chord
#5 / major 3 chord  (secondary dominant)
6 / 6 chord
7 / 5 chord
1 / 1 chord

Wonderful.  How'd I miss this?
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