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Chord Progression Handbook v Playing Chord Progressions: Your ability to both hear and play chord progressions promotes your capacity to re-create, compose, accompany, improvise, arrange, and teach music. 231 15 Parts I and II deal entirely with diatonic chord progressions, while Parts III and IV deal with progressions that use non-diatonic [borrowed] chords. %PDF-1.3 @�G����I���p << /TT2 9 0 R /TT1 8 0 R >> >> 6 0 obj endstream endobj 243 0 obj<> endobj 244 0 obj<> endobj 245 0 obj<>stream startxref We start with the key of C in this issue’s article. 3. endstream If you learn just a few chord progressions, you’ll be playing hundreds of songs and even making up your own. 0000001890 00000 n In most cases however, the lead player is 557 The V – I chord change is the strongest, most natural chord progression in harmony. 11 0 obj x�WX��>�H�J�SF��2���dATbH!���(� We will approach the chord progressions by working with the keys of C A G E and D. 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