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URL :  Chord Progression Handbook
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Author : Bill Matney - Brenna Niemuth
Detail : 2019 | PDF | 2.6 Mb | 41 pages

eBook License: Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License

This handbook provides twenty chord progressions commonly found in folk and popular music, both using standard cadences and some modal progressions as well.

Because songs can use chord progressions in many rhythmic arrangements and in many keys, this book provides you with roman numerals in sequence without specific rhythmic notation, as if it is a “loop.” The book then provides one or more examples of how this progression may be notated rhythmically, and then one or more examples of how this progression looks in a particular key. Lastly, each page includes song examples that use the progression. These songs are far from the only examples, so feel free to write in more for your own use! (From Author)

eBook Contents

Introduction - Chord Progression 1: Single Major Chord - Chord Progression 1B: Single Minor Chord - Chord Progression 2:Tonic-Dominant in Major Key - Chord Progression 2B: Tonic-Dominant in Minor Key - Chord Progression 3: Tonic-Subdominant in Major Key - Chord Progression 4: Major to Relative Minor - Chord Progression 5: I, IV, and V chords - Chord Progression 6: I, IV, and V chords: Plagal Cadence - Chord Progression 7: I, IV, and V chords: Plagal Cadence 2 - Chord Progression 8: Introducing Dominant 7th Chords - Chord Progression 9: Standard Blues Progression with Major chords - Chord Progression 10: Modal: Tonic to Minor Three Chord - Chord Progression 11: Modal: Minor Tonic to Flat VII Chord - Chord Progression 11B: Modal: Major Tonic to Flat VII Chord - Chord Progression 12: “Doo Wop” and “Ice Cream” Changes - Chord Progression 12B: Variation - Chord Progression 12C: Another Variation - Chord Progression 13: “Rhythm Changes” - Chord Progression 13B - Chord Progression 13C:Variation with Secondary Dominant Chords - Chord Progression 13DAnother Variation using the Major VI Chord - Chord Progression 13 E:The Turnaround - Chord Progression 14 - Chord Progression 14B - Chord Progression 15: Modal Progression using ii and IV Chords - Chord Progression 15B: Variation: Modal Progression using ii and IV Chords - Chord Progression 16: Modal Progression with the bVII Chord - Chord Progression 17: Another Modal Progression with the bVII Chord - Chord Progression 18: Modal Progression with the bVII and III Chord - Chord Progression 18B: Variation on Modal Progression with bVII and III Chords - Chord Progression 18C: Variation on Modal Progression with bVII and III Chords - Chord Progression 19: “Andalusian Cadence” - Chord Progression 20: Pachelbel’s Canon

You can download the first handbook - Guitar Chord Handbook

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