On 30 July, 00:15, "Lumpy" <lu...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I'm not confuesed at all Craig.
I was just thinking if I were a
beginner I might have a difficult time
understanding what you say.
You seem pretty confused about 7th chords.
Anyone that feels confused about anything I
have to say is welcome to ask and I'll clarify.
I've just read this thread with an ever growing smile ;-) Surely
you're running into the old problem of the blues. That simple music
that so many people start out with before they study any music theory.
How do you explain basic major scale chord theory to guys who mainly
play tunes that go C7, F7, C7, G7, F7, C7.
- Re: Learning To Play Piano Chords
... By gaining an understanding of what ... The chords are in the melody. ... Ironically, many classical only piano ... A teacher really well-versed in theory ...
- Re: The JBGI BS
... It's just another way of attempting understanding of the whole. ... your just playing g dorian in the fifth postion over g minor ... Couldn't be, he responded abruptly, I don't know those chords. ... First you learn the overall terrain then you begin picking out the parts that are important. ...
- Re: anyone want to talk m6-5?
... chords are chords or are NOT chords depending on opinions, ... I think there may be CONSENSUS on meanings, but since music theory is ... to interval combinations of pure 5ths with pure 3rds. ... Common practice amongst musicians. ...
- Re: Finding the right chords
... my guitar playing and reading about music theory, ... also know that some particular chords often have a tendency to come ... To find the right chord to a bar you ... You need your ear to be educated. ...
- Re: Music theory and the harmonization of melodies
... CC> to think that a covering of music theory with say 10 books ... I have a harmony book on my shelf ... the front endpaper is a compendium of all the chords you can harmonize ... and know French; what you're asking is akin to asking for a simple set ...