Harmonic Analysis for Scale and Chord Selection
Published: 01 Jan 2003 Updated: 09 Jun 2023 • Visits: 296 • Code: MLRMAe
Harmonic Analysis (HA) also known as the study of chord relationships, is the method used to identify the harmonic role of chords within a chord progression or song. A chord progression refers to a sequence of chords, with each chord having a root note and belonging to a specific chord type. The function of a chord within a particular scale's tonality is determined by its relationship to that scale.
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