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Common Progressions, Major Keys
Every wonder why certain chords seem to popup together time and time again?
All harmonic or chord movement in a chord progression is a combination of the active and passive quality of individual chords within the progression or song. Chord provide tension and resolution, the feeling of movement and non-movement in songs and progressions.
This lesson covers common chord progressions in the key of C major. Looking at the active and passive qualities of chords.
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