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They ask you the... 1) Root (First / Bottom note of the chord.) 2) Position / Inversion (Which note of the chord is on the bottom of the given chord.) 3) Type (Major / minor / Augmented / Diminished.) 4) and the Roman Numeral that indicates the chord. So lets take them in turn. 1) is self explanatory the note that the chord is based on C/E/G ie C ...


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The thing you need to learn is what notes are in a chord. It doesn't matter how they are placed in a chord; it still is the same. The basic chords are built on thirds. So, take the notes you have and try to put them in order of thirds. We need a Root, a third (major or minor) and a fifth. The fist chord you have is: G-E(bass clef) C-G (treble clef). The ...


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Basic chord theory: Chords are made of three notes, being the root, third and fifth of the scale. First example is a C Major chord, so the notes for that are the root, C; the major third, E; and the perfect fifth, G. If we were talking a C Minor chord, the notes would be C, E♭ and G. In this case, the lowest note, the one on the bass clef, is G, and thus ...



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