Fraction Chord

I introduce one of the art of de-diagram tonic chord, "a fraction chord".

I may have watched a chord such as G/C and GonC in song books. This is the meaning that "G code is carried on on C sound". I pick up the constitution sound of the G code on the top, and, with the lowest sound as C sound of the denominator, play it! It is instructions.

G/C

There are two types on a fraction chord

The 1: When a sound in the constitution sound of the chord of the molecule becomes the denominator

C/E

The 2: When the sound that the constitution sound of the chord of the molecule does not have becomes the denominator

C/D

The relations of 7th / a tension chord and the fraction chord

Like ConD of the upper "case that the sound that the constitution sound of the chord of the molecule does not have becomes the denominator", I can transcribe a 7th chord and a tension chord as a fraction chord.

Next, as an example except "ConD = Cadd9", as for the constitution sound of CM7, "E, G, B" are Em chords "C, E, G, B". Therefore, I can think like Em onC. I can transcribe various tension chords in a fraction code elsewhere. Are you interesting when you look for it?

To make use of a fraction code in arrangement

The simplification of the chord

By the ensemble of the band, as for the chord of ConD, the base flips D sound. I do my best, and the guitar may resist "D, C, E, G", but it is great to control, and a sound of D is unstylish, and the feeling that I do not feel fine at for some reason hears it when I listened in the whole ensemble. D sound entrusts a bassist decisively and will play the C chord in such a case. A chord is simplified and becomes the clear ensemble.

Base sound immobilized arrangement

The arrangement that does not move a base sound by using the fraction chord is enabled. Of familiar C => F => G => C progress C can fix a baseline.

C => FonC => GonC => C

C => FonC => GonC => C

I think that I can direct a mysterious feeling calming down strangely so that a base is immobilized in C.

Baseline chestnut Xie

By semitone (- Buddhist preaching) calls the phenomenon that musical scales continue, and drop chestnut Xie. (C => B => Bb => A)

An example of baseline chestnut Xie

An example of baseline chestnut Xie

A chord variation spreads remarkably even if I take one fraction chord. After the next time, I think that I can introduce "the arrangement that is not bound by a diagram tonic".

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