Consonant and dissonant chords
Have you ever heard a piece of music and noticed that a chord has a sense of stability and relax, to be immediately followed by another chord with characteritics of tension and movement?
Music is made up of alternation between rest and tension and for this reason we must find chords to express these two characteristics.
In today’s lesson, we will see consonant and dissonant chords. In this way, when we must choose which chords use, we will know which are their characteristic, either tension or stability.
Most of all, this lesson will be a fundamentali introduction to a new and more important chapter: seventh chords.
Learning material of this lesson
|5 videos||20 mins|
|1. Consonant and dissonant chords||5m 21s|
|2. Consonant triads in major scales||2m 59s|
|3. Dissonant triads in major scales||3m 19s|
|4. Consonant and dissonant chords in minor scales||5m 58s|
|5. Here is how to obtain other dissonant chords||2m 31|
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