Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Chord (music)

Related Topics

  Chord (music) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chords are also distinguished and notated by the scale degree of their root note or bass note.
In the key of C major, where the dominant (V) chord is G major, this secondary dominant is the chord on the fifth degree of the G major scale, i.e.
All pop-music chords are assumed to be in root position, with the root of the chord in the bass.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chord_(music)   (3647 words)

 Chord progression - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A chord change is a movement from one chord to another and may be thought of as either the most basic chord progression or as a portion of longer chord progressions which involve more than two chords (see shift of level).
The most common chord progressions in Western classical and pop music are based on the first, fourth, and fifth scale degrees (tonic, subdominant and dominant); see three chord song, eight bar blues, and twelve bar blues.
The chord based on the second scale degree is used in the most common chord progression in Jazz, ii-V-I. Chord progressions are usually associated with a scale and the notes of each chord are usually taken from that scale.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chord_progression   (621 words)

 Online Music Dictionary
Borrowed Chord: Use of a chord in a key in which it is not diatonic, or the substitution of a chord from a different key into a work.
The performance of music that is composed on the spur-of-the moment by the performer, usually as a solo, or cadenza.
The music was charactarized by the use of freer forms, and a progression from modes toward major and minor scales, and harmony.
www.musicoutfitters.com /dictionary.htm   (5490 words)

 Chord (music)
Music is said to be chord-based when the melody is determined by the chords and not by melodic concerns such as modal frames.
Chords are also distinguished and notated by the scale degree, pitch, or note of their root and bass, although there are many different conventions for indicating the quality of the chord, and the inversion of the chord (determined by which note of the chord serves as the bass note); see Inverted Triads below).
Each note has a function within the chord: the note the chord is built on is called the root of the chord, the second note (a third above the root) is called the third of the chord, and the third note (a third above the second note) is called the fifth of the chord.
www.mp3.fm /Chord_(music).htm   (1189 words)

 Chord (music): Encyclopedia topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In music (music: An artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner) and music theory (music theory: music theory is a set of systems for analyzing, classifying, and composing music and the...
Music is said to be chord-based when the melody is determined by the chords and not by melodic concerns such as modal frames (modal frames: more facts about this subject).
Chords constructed from second (second: 1/60 of a minute; the basic unit of time adopted under the Systeme International d'Unites) s are secundal (secundal: in music or music theory, secundal is the quality of a chord made from seconds,...
www.absoluteastronomy.com /reference/chord_music   (3276 words)

 rpsoft 2000 music theory, including chord theory, chord progressions, and more
The name major for a chord, abbreviated capital M or "maj" means that the chord is made up of the first, third and fifth notes of the scale.
For example, a C major chord again would be notes: C, E, and G. "C sus" would be C, F, and G. In this second case, note that we eliminated "E' which was the third note of the scale, but added "F" which is the 4th note of the scale.
A chord "C sus 2" would be C, D and G instead of the normal C major chord C, E, and G. In the "sus 2" case, "E" the third note of the scale disappears and is replaced by "D" the second note of the scale.
www.rpsoft2000.com /rps_musicinfo.htm   (1160 words)

This chord is what I call a color chordand one you can use to add flavor to the natural major chord.
Starting at the octave of the open chord (12th fret) use your thumb to hold down the top four stringsand you have a D chord with the bottom strings acting as the suspension.
This configuration can be played on several frets creating a series of changing chord as you descend the neck of the guitar while maintaining the D as the suspended sound.
www.richiehavens.com /HM3365.htm   (1103 words)

 Chord Naming
Note that the chords change in a regular pattern, such as once per measure or every two beats (this is called harmonic rhythm), but the voicings and inversions can vary arbitrarily throughout the period of the chord as the performers desire.
The true augmented chord is a very colourful chord which is not often used.
In many forms of music, the only chord types ever used are triads (i.e., the first three degrees of a chord), so it is possible to specify nothing more than major or minor.
www.standingstones.com /chordname.html   (1624 words)

 ChordWizard How Music Works
Whatever musical instrument or style you are interested in playing, these tutorials will be an essential source of information and guidance for years to come.
This is a pity, because music theory is not a restrictive force.
And so music theory - the study of these elements - is a framework that gives our human imagination the widest possible scope for emotional expression through music.
www.chordwizard.com /theory.html   (413 words)

 Chord structure in medieval music
The use of chords, or what we might call "vertical structure" to distinguish it from the "horizontal structure" defined principally by melody, is a topic which is both crucial for understanding the music itself and illustrative of general conclusions about polyphonic music.
Nonetheless, it is generally not possible to assign modality to polyphonic music of this period, unless it is notionally assigned based on that of the lowest voice, a common technique.
This article provides a fine orientation to the general context in which discussions on chord structure in medieval music will take place, illustrating examples from what is perhaps the most dynamic and exciting period in the history of the development of polyphony.
www.medieval.org /emfaq/harmony/chords.html   (641 words)

 rpsoft 2000 music chord theory
We had said that a major chord was made up of the first, third and fifth notes of the scale, C, E and G. A minor is close, but it “flats” the third.
So a C minor chord would be: C, Eb, G. Note that we could have shown this also as: C, D#,G since D# and Eb again are the same note.
So a C major chord again is C, E, and G, which are the first, third and fifth notes of the scale.
www.rpsoft2000.com /rps_chordtheory.htm   (1340 words)

 Music Theory: Harmony: Chord Progressions
A chord progression is the series of chords used to harmonize a composition.
Normally, we look at chord progressions in units that correspond to musical sections such as those we previously referred to as stanzas - the complete statement and development of a single musical idea.
Thus when you see a diminished chord in a progression, any of the other related diminished chords may be just as appropriate.
www.outsideshore.com /school/music/almanac/html/Music_Theory/Harmony/Chord_Progressions.htm   (863 words)

 eSchool News online - Technology strikes a chord in music education
The company's latest release is Groovy Music, a series of three programs for elementary and middle school students that teaches the basics of sound, rhythm, pitch, and composition using captivating graphics and animation, progressing to simple notation as well as major and minor scales.
Today's music software gives users access to thousands of prerecorded loops of various instruments and sounds, which can be manipulated and arranged into electronic music creations of all types and genres.
Music software titles run the gamut from inexpensive--Apple's GarageBand is part of the iLife suite of software that comes pre-installed on new Macintosh computers--to high-end programs such as Finale or Logic, another Apple program.
www.eschoolnews.com /news/showStory.cfm?ArticleID=6002   (1199 words)

 Chord Wheel Home Page - Chord Progession & Music Theory Tool by Jim Fleser
The Chord Wheel is a revolutionary device that puts the most essential, practical applications of chord theory and progressions under your control without large, complex textbooks and without reading music notation.
Pictured is a portion of the Chord Wheel with its triangular Key outline (printed on a transparent disk) center on the 'Key of G ' or 'One Sharp.'
The world's largest publisher/distributor of music literature, Hal Leonard, is now the world-wide distributor for The Chord Wheel.
www.chordwheel.com   (491 words)

 Sheet Music Plus - Keyboard Chord Chart
Each chord is shown in standard music notation and as an easy-to-read piano keyboard diagram.
Chord Chart For Piano And Organ For piano, organ...
Chords & Progressions For Jazz & Popular Keyboard By Kenneth Baker...
wwws.sheetmusicplus.com /sheetmusic/detail/AP.17853.html   (148 words)

 Howard's music and guitars page - guitar tablature, FAQs, chord theory and more   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
If you're not sure what a B7sus4 or a D/G chord is, or you want to understand what triads, major 7ths and suspended 4ths are, you should learn a little guitar chord theory.
Chord theory isn't as difficult as most people imagine, and it can really improve your playing and your understanding of music.
My big list of guitar chords lists over 42,000 guitar chord shapes and should include just about any chord you might be interested in.
www.jmdl.com /howard/music   (525 words)

 Music Theory/Chord Progression | Ask MetaFilter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
I've got strange musical background, played the sax for ten years, but never anything else until I picked up guitar about a year ago.
Of course, there's no right or wrong in music, but VII is not the final chord of the 12 Bar Blues (as suggested) though it is (as shown) a valid substitution (particularly if you have a bass player to hold the B while you wander off into your diminisheds, etc.)
Harmonic Experience by W.A. Mathieu teaches music theory as it evolved, very intuitively (at first by singing intervals over a drone and then gradually getting into equal temperament and chord changes).
ask.metafilter.com /mefi/16952   (1159 words)

 Piano chord music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The piano chord pattern is simple and easy to learn with www.piano-playing-by-ear.com learning to play the piano program.
Te piano chord pattern is easy to learn and you will be playing the piano quickly and with amazing speed.
Think about it, you are sitting at a Christmas party, and you get a group of friends and family to start signing along some favorites carols, while you play the piano using the methods that are taught by www.pianolesson.tv.
www.chordpiano.com /articles-chord-piano/piano-chord-music-30.htm   (321 words)

 Chord Melody Guitar Music: Guitar Sheet Music, Tab Books, Instruction Videos and DVDs
This unique guitar sheet music collection which includes tab books with CDs, instruction videos and DVDs has been "pre-screened" and "hand-picked" for you by Peabody Conservatory trained guitarist Steven Herron, who brings with him over 30 years of teaching and performing experience.
If you are not completely delighted with any of the guitar music books, instruction videos or DVDs that you receive, simply return them for an exchange, a credit or a refund (read our guarantee).
For the past 22 years, we have been the source of guitar sheet music, tab books and lessons on videos and DVDs for thousands of satisfied electric and acoustic guitar players from all over the world (read their comments).
www.chordmelody.com   (691 words)

 ChordWizard Overview
Whether you want to find chords to play your favourite songs, learn where notes are on the fretboard, or practise scales, ChordWizard Silver Edition gives you the tools you need to get where you're going.
A revolutionary musical workshop based on chords and key centres, and using intuitive events (such as chord strums, slide notes and drum rolls) to allow rapid drafting and refinement of musical ideas.
The How Music Works tutorials are available online so you can easily explore the breadth and quality of the information they contain.
www.chordwizard.com   (480 words)

 chord, in music. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
In tonal music the fundamental chord is called the triad.
However, a triad may instead be diminished or augmented, or may contain dissonant elements such as a seventh.
It is, however, an essential property of a chord that it be conceived as an entity, that its constituent notes “fuse” rather than merely coincide in time.
www.bartleby.com /65/ch/chord-mus.html   (153 words)

 Java Chord Dictionary from eMedia Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
This chord dictionary is a small sample of what is included on the eMedia Guitar Method and Intermediate Guitar Method CD-ROMs.
The chord dictionary for Intermediate Guitar Method has been expanded to include over 900 chords, with each chord being shown in 3 positions on the guitar neck with playback for all chords!
You can take full advantage of this chord dictionary by using the 'clone' option to display more chords on the screen, resizing the windows to make them fit nicely, and then surfing over to a website which has guitar songs available on it.
www.emedia.org /chord.html   (238 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.