تبلیغات
Persian Music - آکورد در piano پیانو
 
Persian Music
صفحه نخست            تماس با مدیر            پست الکترونیک           RSS            ATOM

Chord Type          Components                  
Major I - III - V
Major 6 I - III - V - VI
Major 6 add 9 I - III - V - VI - IX
Major 7 I - III - V - VII
Major 9 I - III - V - VII - IX
Dominant 7 I - III - V - bVII
Dominant 7b10 I - III - V - bVII - bX
Dominant 7 aug 5 I - III - #V - bVII
Dominant 7 sus 4 I - IV - V - bVII
Dominant 9 I - III - V - bVII - IX
Dominant 9 sus 4 I - IV - V - bVII - IX
Dominant 9 sus 4 I - IV - V - bVII - IX
Dominant 11 I - III - V - bVII - IX - XI
Dominant 13 I - III - V - bVII - IX - XI - XIII
Augmented I - III - #V
Minor I - bIII - V
Minor 6 I - bIII - V - VI
Minor 7 I - bIII - V - bVII
Minor 7 Flat 5 I - bIII - bV - bVII
Diminished I - bIII - bV
Diminished 7 I - bIII - bV - VI
Suspended 4 I - IV - V
Suspended 2 I - II - V
Add 9 I - III - V - IX
You will probably find that you don't really need to know all of these possible relationships and you will settle into mostly using 'Major', 'Major 7', 'Minor', and 'Minor 7' chord types. Depending on what you are performing, you might need some of the others. As an example, the last vocal 'harmony' in the Beatles tune 'I want to hold your hand' is a 'Major 6'.

In order to read this chart, you need to know what the Components symbols mean.

  • I = Root
  • II = 2nd
  • III = 3rd
  • IV = 4th
  • V = 5th
  • VI = 6th
  • VII = 7th
  • IX = 9th
  • XI = 11th
  • XIII = 13th

If preceded by 'b' then its a flated note, if preceded by a '#' the note is sharp.

These are relationships to the key of a song or the notes in a chord. Many Musicians know what these are (and many times musicians will simply be told the songs key and the pattern it uses to perform it - these relationships define it clearly).

For more on what this all means (and it is complex to describe, but simple once you understand it), see Music Theory 101

Once you know how to play basic chords on a guitar or Piano, you will discover that many require only 3 notes, most use 4 or less. If you are trying to do 2 part harmonies, obviously, you can only pick 2 of them to use. Normally, you always use the Root note, so you really only need to find the other note that you will be utilizing. and a 3 note chord, it can only be one of the remaining 2 notes. For a 4 note chord, you pick one of the remaining 3 (most often the one that is in addition to the regular 'Major' or 'Minor' chord.

Once you start working with these, you'll hear what the relationships sound like, and you'll be able to feel what you are supposed to do to get the desired effect. Occasionally, you'll need to refer to a relationship that you don't encounter often, thats what this chart is for.

Please note, no Octaves specifics are listed here - match that up to your singers and thier vocal range.

Sample Chords as they relate to the Root note ('C' shows many variations):

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    C Chords   Notes Used      
    C C E G
    C6 C E G A
    CMaj7 C E G B
    CMaj7(#11) C E F# B
    Cadd(9) C E G D
    CMaj7(9) C E D B
    C6(9) C E D A
    Caug C E G#
    Cm C Eb G
    Cm6 C Eb G A
    Cm7 C Eb (G) Bb
    Cm7b5 C Eb F# Bb
    Cmadd(9) C Eb G D
    Cm7(9) C Eb D Bb
    Cm7(11) C Eb F Bb
    CmMaj7 C Eb G B
    CmMaj7(9) C Eb D B
    Cdim C Eb F#
    Cdim7 C Eb F# A
    C7 C E (G) Bb
    C7sus4 C F G Bb
    C7b5 C E F# Bb
    C7(9) C E D Bb
    C7(#11) C E F# Bb
    C7(13) C E A Bb
    C7(b9) C E C# Bb
    C7(b13) C E G# Bb
    C7(#9) C E Eb Bb
    CMaj7aug C E G# B
    C7aug C E G# Bb
    Csus4 C F G
    C1+2+5 C D G

      
    Db (C#) Chords Notes Used      
    Db Db F Ab
    Db7 Db F (Ab) Bb
    Dbm Db E Ab
    Dbm7 Db E (Ab) Bb
    D Chords Notes Used      
    D D Gb A
    D7 D Gb (A) C
    Dm D F A
    Dm D F (A) C
    Eb (D#) Chords Notes Used      
    Eb Eb G Ab
    Eb7 Eb G (Ab) Db
    Ebm Eb Gb Ab
    Ebm7 Eb Gb (Ab) Db
    E Chords Notes Used      
    E E Ab B
    E7 E Ab (B) D
    Em E G B
    Em7 E G (B) D
    F Chords Notes Used      
    F F A C
    F7 F A (C) Eb
    Fm F B C
    Fm7 F B (C) Eb
    Gb (F#) Chords Notes Used      
    Gb Gb Bb Db
    Gb7 Gb Bb (Db) E
    Gbm Gb A Db
    Gbm7 Gb A (Db) E

     

    G Chords Notes Used      
    G G B D
    G7 G B (D) F
    Gm G Bb D
    Gm7 G Bb (D) F
    Ab (G#) Chords Notes Used      
    Ab Ab C Eb
    Ab7 Ab C (Eb) Gb
    Abm Ab Bb Eb
    Abm7 Ab Bb (Eb) Gb
    A Chords Notes Used      
    A A Db E
    A7 A Db (E) G
    Am A C E
    Am7 A C (E) G
    Bb (A#) Chords Notes Used      
    Bb Bb D F
    Bb7 Bb D (F) Ab
    Bbm Bb Db F
    Bbm7 Bb Db (F) Ab
    B Chords Notes Used      
    B B Eb Gb
    B7 B Eb (Gb) A
    Bm B D Gb
    Bm7 B D (Gb) A
    Definitions
    X = Root
    X Chord
    X7 7th
    Xm Minor
    Xm7 Minor 7th

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

      

Fundamental frequencies of the 88 notes on the piano keyboard.
 





نوع مطلب :
برچسب ها :
لینک های مرتبط :

جمعه 28 فروردین 1388
 
لبخندناراحتچشمک
نیشخندبغلسوال
قلبخجالتزبان
ماچتعجبعصبانی
عینکشیطانگریه
خندهقهقههخداحافظ
سبزقهرهورا
دستگلتفکر


آمار وبلاگ
  • کل بازدید :
  • بازدید امروز :
  • بازدید دیروز :
  • بازدید این ماه :
  • بازدید ماه قبل :
  • تعداد نویسندگان :
  • تعداد کل پست ها :
  • آخرین بازدید :
  • آخرین بروز رسانی :