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15) Chord Progressions (part II)



[Post #15] In this post I will show other chord progressions with 3 or more chords. You can find the first part of this list in the previous post.
  





18) Progression I - IIIm - IV - V
Here two example with different inversions.
This is my piano recording of this progression:



19) Progression I - IIIm - IV - IV/V
Similar to the one before but in the last bar the chord remains the same, only the bass note changes.
This is my piano recording of this progression:



20) Progression I - VIm - IIm - V
Very used in music. The notes in red "colour" the chord and can be played or not according to your taste and melody.
This is my piano recording of this progression:


Here you find you find a video with a composition of mine based on this sequence.


21) Progression I - IV - IIm - V
Similar to the one before, with only a change on the second chord. Here two examples with different inversions.
This is my piano recording of this progression:


22) Progression I - IIm - V - I
This is my piano recording of this progression:



23) Progression Im - VI - VII - Vm
This is my piano recording of this progression:



24) Progression VI - IV - V - I
Very similar to the one before. The scale degrees change because even if we use the same chords we change the key (from A minor to C major), for this reason the Am chord is the VI degree in C major (picture below) and the I degree in A minor (picture above).
This is my piano recording of this progression:

 

25) Progression I - IV - VI - V
Similar to the sequence 21 of this list but with a change on the third chord.
This is my piano recording of this progression:


Here you find you find a video with a composition of mine based on this sequence.



26) Progression Im - VII - VI - VII
This is my piano recording of this progression:



27) Progression Im - VII - VI - V
Similar to the one before but with a change on the fourth chord.
This is my piano recording of this progression:


This is a mix of sequence 27 and 26.
This is my piano recording of this mix:




28) Progression  I - II - IIIm
This is my piano recording of this progression:


Here you find you find a video with a composition of mine partially based on this sequence.



29) Progression I - II - IIIm - II
Similar to the one before but with a changes in the fourth bar. Both harmonic sequences are very popular in music.
This is my piano recording of this progression:



30) Progression Im - IVm - VII - III
This is my piano recording of this progression:



31) Progression Im - VI - VII
This is my piano recording of this progression:



32) Progression Im - VI - VII - I
Similar to the one before but with a changes in the fourth bar.
This is my piano recording of this progression:


33) Progression Im - Im/VII - VI
The first chord will be hold on the second bar but with a bass change.
This is my piano recording of this progression:



34) Progression Im - Im/VII - VI - VII
Similar to the one before but with a changes in the fourth bar.
This is my piano recording of this progression:



35) Progression Im - V/VII# - VII - IV/VI#
The bass makes a chromatic descending movement.
This is my piano recording of this progression:



36) Progression Im - VII/I - VI/I - VII/I
Pedal on the bass (same note in more bars and under different chords).
This is my piano recording of this progression:



As already said, this list will always be incomplete because the chord progressions are countless. However I hope that this is at least a small help to those who want to start to learn how to connect chords and make they own chords progressions (they will lead you then to complete a composition).


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