The most common harmonic progressions

About The most common harmonic progressions

In the third module you will learn to play the most common harmonic progressions: the I IV V progression, the classic I VI II V turnaround, the V VI movement.

These chord sequences are used in so many songs, if you learn to play them with ease you can play dozens, hundreds of different songs.

To make sure you have learnt the chord sequences well, try accompanying a singer performing the songs. Only the voice and drums are recorded in the video: the piano part, you have to play!

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I IV V Progression

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I IV V I harmonic progressin

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I IV V progression, Twist And Shout (Beatles)

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I IV V IV progression, La Bamba (Ritchie Valens)

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I V IV V progression, La Canzone del sole (Lucio Battisti)

I VI II V progression

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I VI II V harmonic progression

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I VI II V progression, Il cielo in una stanza (Gino Paoli)

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I VI II V progression, Oh, Carol (Neil Sedaka)

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I VI IV V progression, Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers)

V VI progressions

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VI IV I V harmonic progression

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VI IV I V progression, Zombie

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VI II IV V progression, One (U2)

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I V VI IV progression, No Woman, No Cry (Bob Marley)

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