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Classical chord progressions

Classical chord progressions

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  1. Are there chord progressions in classical music?
  2. Is it illegal to copy chord progressions?
  3. What chords are used in classical music?
  4. What is the saddest chord progression?

Are there chord progressions in classical music?

There are many repeated chord sequences used in classical music. Something to note is that all our chord progressions used by modern day music, come from the intervals used by the classics. For example: the classic V-I was used all the time in the classical period, and as it is today.

Is it illegal to copy chord progressions?

Many songwriters are not aware of this, but chord progressions, as such, are not protected by copyright, and can be used by other songwriters. ... To use the same chords with the same rhythm as the song you found it in starts to move into the copyright infingement area.

What chords are used in classical music?

Music from the Classical period is mainly based on the primary chords - I, IV and V, and the secondary chords - II, III, VI and VII.

What is the saddest chord progression?

Even the voice leading is depressing: the F-sharp and A in the D7 chord slump dejectedly down to F and A-flat in the F minor chord. (The Beatles cadence is weaker because it doesn't have the lift up to F-sharp before the descent into minor land.) Sadness is that much sadder if you were expecting happiness.

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