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Chord Progressions For Songwriters (Anglais) Broché – 30 janvier 2003

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Richard Scott is a singer/songwriter with a degree in education. He is also the owner/webmaster of MoneyChords.com, a popular guitar lessons website. His prior books include Money Chords published in July 2000, a chord progression dictionary for songwriters.

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Chord Progression Book I Always Wanted 4 mai 2016
Par John A. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is the chord progression book I've wanted since I was a teenager tinkering around with compositions some 45 years ago. It was apparent to me even back then that nearly all popular songs fell into categories based on basic chord progressions with variations/substitutions. But I didn't have a source that explained what these were. I understood the circle of fifths from the smidgen of music theory I got with my piano lessons, and I picked out some of the more obvious common progressions such as the I-IV-V and I-VIm-IV-V, but nowhere could I find a comprehensive description of chord progressions. When I began listening to groups like Chicago and Steely Dan that used rock/jazz chords, I figured there would never be a book that covered it all.

In the late 70s Making Changes: A Practical Guide to Vernacular Harmony by Eric Salzman and Michael Sahl came approached what I was looking for. But a lot of the space in that book was devoted to scores containing examples of what they wrote about, and the book did not feel complete. Finally, I discovered the Richard Scott book one day when I was writing a song and wondering how I might classify a progression I just wrote and compare it to similar songs. A search of the Internet turned up a description of Scott's book, and upon buying the book I found it to be everything I wanted plus more. Scott's taxonomy of chord progressions represents the universe of progressions admirably in my judgment. Most of the examples he provides are immediately familiar to me, and I can "hear" the progression he writes about easily. The book also contains a nice appendix that reviews how to represent chords (Oh, so that chord is C7#5#9!), chord substitution, modulation, and transposing. I finally have the only reference book I have ever needed on chord progressions.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A must have 14 septembre 2009
Par Sadek S - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Harmonic progression is (often) the first thing that comes in the songwriting process. If it's not the first thing and if your song is not based on a riff, you'll have to put chords somewhere in the process anyway.

To me, this book has a big advantage on all others "chords progression" books : it puts each chord progression in one of the 21 kinds that are referenced. So you know all kinds of progressions, all the variations you can make and on what hits it has been used.
A great thing too : the book distingues the different inversions or pedal that are used on the progressions.
I am an arranger and building a interesting bass line over a progression can really refresh that classic progression that people already heard one million times.

You won't "discover THE music secret" thanks to this book or write hit songs just by using one of the chords progression (and if you think that a book like this exists, I have some very bad news for you :) ) but you will have all the basic material for harmony in songwriting, at the same place. There is nothing more to look at, it's all there.

I also bought this book just to give me new ideas and change my habits. Check yourself, you might always use the same progressions ... I did and this book teaches me new ones (no big discovery but even if I know these chords, I don't really use them in that order), and gives me a new approach on the harmonic analysis of the progressions I frequently use.

to finish with, sorry for my poor english ...
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 PROFOUND & AWESOME 24 mars 2011
Par Lucille Grey - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I wish I would have had this book ten years ago! After spending hundreds (yikes probably more) on music lessons, books, and dvd's for about ten years now- I bought this two weeks ago and the improvement in my understanding is immense. Suddenly the hours and hours of scales and chord inversions make sense! Hurray! I don't read written music (well, very poorly) and having a book that explains how songs (of all sorts) are put together means never having to buy a fake book again. So, he gives you the progression in roman numerals and then in C, then he lists quite a few songs (from diverse genre's) that use that progression- (yeah! Immediate application!) so while you practice the progression in various keys you are learning a quantity of songs at a time- AND becoming so familiar with that progression that you can HEAR it elsewhere. It makes "practicing" fun because you are playing songs instead of exercises, and developing an understand of how song patterns are repeated, which is the key to playing with other folks. If you have your basic theory down (know your major & minor chords, scales, basic transposing, and maybe some chord inversions) you can't go wrong with this book (and even if you don't, he has handy charts in the back). I wish I would have had this years sooner, but am so so glad to have it now. Quite possibly the most useful music book I've ever come across.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Awesome resource for quick reference 17 juillet 2013
Par Ian Read - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Chord progressions for songwriters is not overburdened with theory, but is clearly underpinned by a solid base. The whole book is jammed full of examples and a huge amount of work has clearly gone into gathering and categorizing songs from all genres. This has been great for me to start understanding why some songs just sound the way they do and the skeletal structure and composition heritage that they draw from.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Important Book for any serious musician 20 juin 2014
Par Paul - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book will give a very excellent understanding of the building blocks of songs in many ,many , styles I recommend it to any serious guitarist
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