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5-12 Major Chords in D (D, G, A)





Try to think of the chords of a scale as their position. Let’s look at the D Major scale.

D, Em, F#m, G, A, Bm, C#(dim)

The D is the one (or root) chord. The G is the four chord. The Bm is the six chord. And so on. These can also be looked at in Roman numerals:

I, ii, iii, IV, V, vi, vii(dim)

The uppercase letters are Major chords, and the lowercase are minor chords.

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