This is a little piece of music created for the express purpose of using a basic chord pattern in descending scale wise form in an arpeggio. The arpeggios move from the top note downward. Some scale wise patterns are utilized.
The chords are basic. The root of the chords progress scale wise down as well.
Here is the progression of the basic chords used measure by measure. The You can use the chord diagrams the groove builder posts for the chord progression
The ending consists of three chords held. The last two chords extends the music for a total of 34 measures. The final two chords are not in the tab because the composer can handle only 32 measures. This piece is 34 measures long. The final 2 chords will be placed at the very end of this musical piece in diagram form, as in the explanation above.
"Power chords" could probably be used to compliment this music as long as they fit the existing major and minor chords. Page two is for listening. The remainder of the pages is for making this lesson printer friendly instead of having a page split a tab in two pieces horizontally.
The final three chords are in the tab below. The first is dissonant. In the music that chord is played in an arpeggio manner that lessens the dissonance. The Fmaj7b5 chord sounds as chord, then an arpeggio, and lastly in the diagrams is sounded in an arpeggio again for comparision for your ear.
Page two is for listening to catch the total effect. Add the Cmaj7 and the Am after the tab stops sounding to get the total musical effect. Not adding those two chords leaves a feeling of the tune being unfinished. Dissonanace needs release and resolution.