Monday, March 28, 2011
notating and singing I, IV and V7 chords
Notating a chord is kind of like building a snowman. Instead of stacking three big balls of snow on top of each other you stack up thirds. If the root of the chord is on a space, then the third will be on the next space up and the fifth on the space above the third. If the root of the chord is on a line, then the third will be on the line above it and the fifth on the line above the third. Watch today's lesson to see and sing the I, IV and V7 chords in several different keys.