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Deconstructing the Beatles 101 - Chords and Progressions.
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  • 1

    A typical example of a deceptive cadence is…

  • 2

    If a song is in C major and it's bridge is in the relative minor, the bridge is in…

  • 3

    Day Tripper builds tension in the bridge by…

  • 4

    The dominant chord is formed from which degree of the major scale?

  • 5

    Holding on to the dominant means….

  • 6

    If a D7 chord is a non-functioning secondary dominant it moves to…

  • 7

    The relative minor of Bb major is

  • 8

    If a song is in C major and its bridge is in the parallel minor, the bridge is in…

  • 9

    A D7 chord is a secondary dominant of…

  • 10

    Savoy Truffle was written about the sweet tooth of…

  • 11

    Hey Jude's coda is an example of…

  • 12

    You can use the minor III chord….

  • 13

    The circle of fifths…

  • 14

    The typical chords in the Twelve Bar Blues are…

  • 15

    The typical Heart and Soul sequence is…

  • 16

    The flat III chord is often used…

  • 17

    A plagal cadence is

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