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For questions about sequences of chords, and the relationship of one chord to the next. Typically questions about chord progressions should also be tagged harmony if asking about in depth concepts about them. Questions that are about abstractions of chord progressions use Roman Numeral analysis should also be tagged with Roman-Numeral and analysis if applicable.

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F#m7b5 -> B7 -> Em7 is ii-V-I minor progression in key of E-minor then Em7 -> A7 can be thought as ii-V7 in Dmajor or Em7 -> A7 -> Dm7 as D minor ii-V7-I Dm7 -> G7 -> Cmaj7 is normal ii-V7-I in k …
answered Sep 21 '11 by Hubert Czerski
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In jazz-blues I often play: | I7 VI7 | ii V7 | (and extensions) - in key of F it would be: | F7 D7 | Gm C7 | | I7 I#dim| ii Vaug| in key of F it would be: | F7 F#dim | Gm Caug …
answered Jul 14 '11 by Hubert Czerski