Monday, October 19, 2015

The Neopolitan Sixth Chord


If you want to change up your turnaround at the end of a phrase in natural minor, try this chord progression: i - N6 - i6/4 - V - i.

The Neopolitan sixth chord voicing is like placing the fourth of i in the bass of a major flat second chord (IIb) (e.g. from low to high strings in A minor: D Bb D F).

The cadential i 6/4 chord is the i chord with the fifth in the bass (e.g. from low to high in A minor: E A C E).

Feel free to email me if you have any questions: MrJoshGarrett@yahoo.com

Blessings,
Josh 


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4 comments:

  1. Great information. Thanks for providing us such a useful information. Keep up the good work and continue providing us more quality information from time to time.Click my website

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  2. Would it be possible to get a copy of your YouTube 3 note chord voiceings in tab or notation?

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    1. Hello archtopnel! Sorry for the late reply. I would have to review what I played and then notate it. I may do that and provide a link to a pdf. I will let you know if and when that's available. Thanks for your interest. ~ Josh

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