Choose a pitch like “C.” Then complete any of the worksheets by determining how C functions in different chords.
For example, C functions as the root of the C chord, the 3rd of the Am chord and 5th of an F chord.
Mastering how pitches function within chords and spelling chords can help improvisers and composers choose chords and find fresh chord choices when harmonizing melodies.
This exercise is perfect for anyone who wants to get to know chords better.
Tips on what apps to use with the worksheets are included, too.
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TIP: Print out the digital downloads that you’ll receive on your 88 Piano Keys invoice. Place the worksheets in clear pockets and write on them with dry erase markers so they can be used over and over. You’ll save tons on paper and ink!
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