I am looking to complete a chord progression of 3 chords that I try to identify first before continuing the progression. However having no theoretical background I am struggling if you could please help me. By the way, please correct me if I express myself badly in musical terms, I will be very happy to learn.
I am starting from the first chord: D-G-A-B-A-D. Firstly I identified the first part which is D-G-A-B. From this chord, I identify a G major chord in the third inversion where a major 9th is added so it is a Gadd9 chord. Moreover, the addition at the end of A-D to obtain D-G-A-B always gives the same chord. So it is a Gadd9 chord.
The second chord is given by D-E-G-C-D-G. I identify the beginning as D-E-G-C. This looks like a C major chord in the second inversion i.e. E-G-C with the addition of a major 2nd. As before since we add G-C (a perfect 5th and a major 9th), this gives the chord Cadd9.
The third and more complex chord is given by D-E-G-C-E-F♯-A. I recognise (in passing details) the notes D-F#-A-C-E (Root Note, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Major 9th) which gives a D9 chord. If the leading tone (F♯) was removed from the dominant chord with a suspension (G) resulting in less dissonance we would get a D9sus4 chord. Also, the 9th (E) was brought to the middle of the chord and I think placing the E next to the D creates a whole tone cluster (I think that is the term ) resulting in a pleasant harmonic colouration. For me, the chord is a D11.
Now that I have identified the 3 chords (but for the last one I doubt it), what would be the way to continue the progression so as to avoid a dissonance after the chord I have identified as a D11?
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