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Chord Identities And Similarities

Frank Novotny (554) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Intermediate · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

CHORD IDENTITIES AND SIMILARITIES

Learning jazz chords can often be frustrating, as some chords have more than one name. Robert Denman and myself have put together a list of chords that have the same name. This list will provide the reader with the names of the chords sharing the same tones and a brief description of how they are related in the case of similarities. We hope that this list will be of benefit to you.

Page 2) Minor 6th - Dominant 9ths - Minor 7 flat 5
Page 3) Minor 7th - Major 6th
Page 4) Minor 9th - Major 7th
Page 5) Minor 11th - Dominant 7 suspended
Page 6) Dominant 7th flat 5 - Dominant 7th flat 5
Page 7) Dominant 7th sharp 5 - Dominant 9th flat 5
Page 8) Dominant 7th flat 9 - Diminish