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7MU Keys/Chords

7th Grade Keys and Chords

QuestionAnswer
What is a chord? 3 or more pitches played simultaneously
What is harmony? 2 or more pitches played simultaneously
What is Root Position? a chord in which the root is the lowest pitch
What is inversion? a chord in which the root is NOT the lowest pitch
What is First Inversion? a chord in which the 3rd is the lowest pitch
What is Second Inversion? a chord in which the 5th is the lowest pitch
What is a lead sheet? a shorthand score with melody and chords
What is improvise? to make it up as you perform
What is Chord Progression? the order in which chords are played in a song
What are these chords an example of?1st5th3rd First Inversion
What are these chords an example of?5th3rd1st Root Position
What are these chords an example of?3rd1st5th Second Inversion
Created by: ndmsteach