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Scale And Chord Relationships: Lesson 7

 

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In this lesson we are going to use notes from the C major scale to get back to the beginning, the first chord. So we are moving between these two chords: G major and C major.

In this current lesson we are using the notes A, B and C to "walk up" to the note C. This is the root note of the C chord, the chord we are targeting. This brings us full circle.

Now have all four chords we are going to use in our musical exercise, example. And we have a way of using the C major scale notes in between all four different chords. Notice that we have a way to "walk down" to some, while we "walk up" to others. I've created the example this way for variety. So you can see that either is possible and both are good to learn to use for future reference.

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