Item S-114: Chord Progression Chart (Piano & Guitar), Nashville Numbers for All Major & Minor Keys. LAMINATED Music-Stand-Size Chart. Provides Essential Info for Creating Memorable Chord Progressions. FREE SHIPPING – USA & Canada.
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Use this Concise Chart to Create Memorable, Attention-grabbing Chord Progressions Visually
(Also Available as a Laminated Wall Chart, 19" x 27")
Save yourself tons of time: get instant access to essential chord progression information on a single laminated music-stand-size chart.
This chart is a laminated music-stand-size version of the Chord Progression Chart wall poster.
• Save yourself loads of tedious effort when you want to get creative with variant chords and modulations to other keys.
• The PDF version (which comes FREE with the wall chart version) saves you tons of time by displaying all chord progressions on a single screen—no searching, tapping, swiping, clicking, or data input needed. Just zoom in to see any chord progression in any key, in detail. Zoom out to see the big picture—exactly like a Google map.
• The Chord Progression Chart displays chord progression dynamics for all major and minor keys on a single screen (PDF version) or chart. The Nashville Numbers around the inside of each circle remain constant while the chords around the outside change according to the specific key.
• The Chord Progression Chart is featured in our FREE, PLAIN-ENGLISH GUIDE to Chords and Chord Progressions— Chapter 6 of How Music REALLY Works!, 2nd Edition.
Product DetailsLaminated Reference Chart, Music Stand or Desk Size Publisher: Roedy Black Publishing ISBN-13: 978-1-897311-00-4
ISBN-10: 1-897311-00-1 Chart Dimensions: 8.5" x 11" (22 cm x 28 cm) Finish: Laminated, both sides
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Reviews of the Chord Progression Chart
I finally understand what I am doing and how to make good and intelligent chord progression. Of course I will have to learn a few days more, but if you want to know something it's so easy to see on the poster, its amazing!"
—Lorenz Vauck, Germany
I live in Australia and had been asking these questions about chord progs for years ... never any light. Now after checking out the
"Harmonic Scales" device I can see this is THE tool for a songwriter.
—John Bliss, Australia
Hey, I've studied theory for awhile but somehow I never learned about the harmonic scale ... Everything emphasized C-Dm-Em-F-G-Am-Bdim, corresponding 7th chords and nothing beyond that. No one explained why many songs for instance incorporated E7, and why it worked. I knew only of Harmonic Minor with the included G#, but nothing of its songwriting use or thinking beyond the minor key.
—W. A., Moore, OK
I really like the Chase chart method. It's very original and very visual. It also focuses on the key center which is very good, I think. By placing non-diatonic chords outside the circle it is very clear to see these chromatic embellishments.
—Alain Benbassat, Belgium
How Music REALLY Works has given me a better understanding about music in general, and the Harmonic Scale/Chase Chart system is a great visual aid in helping me understand song construction.
—Greg Palma, Lynbrook, NY
The concept of a "harmonic scale"...makes a LOT of sense. Which is nice, because there are some days in which music DOESN'T make sense to me, you know? Some of the parts about chord-to-chord movements and how semitone motions relieve tension etc. are really in-depth and really great! ... I'm seeing explanations of harmonic phenomena that I always thought were the case, but was still a little unsure. It's really great to see someone come out and say what you've always suspected.
—Stedman Wilson, Stanford University, CA