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Recognizing Chord Structures
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by Michael Borchart
| 7 Questions
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1
1 pt
What would be the third and the fifth of a Major chord starting on F?
2
1 pt
Is a chord made up of the notes A, C and E major or minor?
3
1 pt
Find the fifth of a chord with a root of Bb. Create a minor chord using this note as the root.
4
1 pt
If an Eb and a G were played, what note would be the root to make this a minor chord?
What note would be the fifth to make this a major chord?
5
1 pt
Some chords contain a "seventh" which is a fourth note played in the chord, a minor third higher than the fifth. What is the seventh of a chord with a root of G?
6
1 pt
The minor third of a chord with a root of E is G.
True
False
7
1 pt
Select all notes that would be in a major chord starting on F#, including the seventh (a minor third above the fifth).
A
A#
B
C
C#
D
D#
E
F
F#
G
G#
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