Here are some popular chord progressions.
The most popular chord progression is the 1, 4, and 5 chords.
In the key of C , you play the C chord, the, F chord as the IV,
and the G as the V.
The 1, 4, and 5th chord of a major scale is always a major chord.
The 2,3, and 6th chord of a major scale is always a minor chord.
In C major, you play the C major chord, F major chord,
and G major chord.
Another popular chord progression is the 2, 5, and 1 chords.
In the key of C major the 2nd chord is D minor.
In C major, you play the D minor chord, then G major chord
as the 5th, and the C major chord.
Another popular chord progression is one that has 4 chords.
It can start on I, go to the 6th chord, and then use the ii-V-I
In the key of C major, the 6th chord is A minor.
It can start on C major, go to A minor, and then go to D minor,
G major , and back to C major.
Note that A to D is a fourth and D to G is a fourth.
G to C is a fourth. There is a stepwise pattern in the way
that chords are arranged in the progression.
Remember these free piano chords and chord progressions.
Try and look for these patterns in the chord progressions.
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