Theory

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Db Major

Db Major

Db Major has 5 flats: Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, and Gb. The relative minor of Db Major is Bb minor. Db Major is tonally identical to and can be referred to as C# Major. Read More

Dissonance

In western music, certain combinations of pitches are considered by many people as Unpleasant or needing resolution. This is known as Dissonance. Read More
Doctrine Of The Affections

Doctrine Of The Affections

Doctrine Of The Affections is a term applied to a compositional technique employed in which the music would ascend or descend with the intent of the lyrics. Read More
E Major

E Major

The key of E major has four sharps: F#, C#, G#, and D#. The chords in this key are: E maj, F# min, G# min, A maj, B maj, C# min, D# diminished. Read More
Eb Major

Eb Major

Eb Major has 3 flats: Bb, Eb, and Ab. The relative minor of Eb Major is C minor. Eb Major is tonally identical to and can be referred to as D# Major. Read More
F Major

F Major

The key of F major uses one flat: Bb. The chords in F major are: F maj, G min, A min, Bb maj, C maj, D min, E diminished. The relative minor is D minor. Read More
G Major

G Major

The key of G major uses one sharp: F#. The chords in G major are: G maj, A min, B min, C maj, D maj, E min, F# diminished. The relative minor is E minor. Read More
Gb Major

Gb Major

Gb Major has 6 flats: Bb, Eb, Ab, Db, Gb, Cb. The relative minor of Gb Major is Eb minor. Gb Major is tonally identical to and can be referred to as F# Major. Read More
Guitar Major Triad Inversions

Guitar Major Triad Inversions

Typically guitar chords are played as 5 or 6 note bar chords or open guitar chords at the neck. But also commonly guitar chords can be played as 3 note triads. Read More
Guitar Minor Triad Inversions

Guitar Minor Triad Inversions

Guitar triads are 3 string chords achieved by muting the unplayed strings. Instead of playing bar chords & open chords, chords can be voiced in 3 note groups. Read More
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