Harmony Basics - Part 6
As we saw in the previous article, the I, IV and V chords of a major scale are themselves...major!
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- Harmony Basics - Part 4 In the previous articles we talked about major and minor chords, how scales are formed and how you can tell the key of a song from its key signature.
- Harmony Basics - Part 3 As we saw previously, the construction of any given scale requires that you respect certain intervals between the notes. To achieve that, and depending on the tonic and whether it's a major or minor scale, you will need to use some sharp or flat notes ─ alterations defined at the beginning of the score, next to the key.