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Chord Progressions - Welcome to the Chord progression series

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Welcome to the Chord progression series

Basically this is the old chord progression series that has been migrated to the new site structure. But there are important changes in the overall structure.

In the Chord progression lessons part -- the part you are about to enter -- you will find lessons on a genereal level, whereas the specific progressions are moved into a database with a constantly growing number of chord progressions. The lessons are designed to be read in sequence, the content in the database is not. But I have to add that there are some work left to be done before this concept is realized.

In the index of progressions you will find just that: An index of progressions. Progressions are grouped. You can for instance get a a list of all blues progressions. I need to do some more work on the grouping to make it more easy to navigate. It will come.

You will also notice that I treat functional chords as progressions. A major chord will always be a major chord, and as such it is covered in the Theory section and in the chord section. But a major chord can have various roles. It can be the tonic (root), it can be the subdominant or dominant. And you can find major chords in non-diatonic functions. If you want to know more about how a specific chord works in a chord progression, se the list of chord functions.

By moving the progressions to a database, it has become possible to do what I have wanted to do for a long time, but could not to in the old structure: Link songs and chord progressions, just at songs are linked to tunings, to modulations, to modes, etc. (I was possible to do this in the old structure, but it took too much work to do it.)

Now the structure is in place, although the presentation needs to be improved. But to add the content will be a never ending story. I will add the information I have. I will use the database that I share with you instead of making personal (and private) notes. And you can help me out by sending information.

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