12 Bar Blues Progression
The 12 bar blues progression, and variations on its theme, is the basis for all blues, some jazz, and many rock & roll songs. It uses all dominate 7th chords.
A major has 3 sharps: G#, C#, and F#. The key contains the following chords: A maj, B min, C# min, D maj, E maj, F# min, G# diminished.
Ab Major has 4 flats: Bb, Eb, Ab, and Db. The relative minor of Ab Major is F minor. Ab Major is tonally identical to and can be referred to as G# Major.
Allegro Non Troppo
Allegro Non Troppo is a musical term describing tempo. In Italian it means fast but not too fast.
The key of B major uses five sharps: A#, D#, G#, C#, and F#. The chords in B major are: B maj, C# min, D# min, E maj, F# maj, G# min, A# diminished.
The banjo has it's origins in Africa. Coming in four and five string versions the Banjo is a skin stretched around a circular snare drum like frame.
Bb Major has 2 flats: Bb, and Eb. The relative minor of Bb major is G minor. Bb Major is tonally identical to and can be referred to as A# Major.
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C major uses no sharps or flats. The chords in this key are: C maj, D min, E min, F maj, G maj, A min, B diminished. The relative minor of C Major is A minor.
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