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    I want to learn "Strangers in the night" from the http://www.angelfire.com/fl4/moneychords/ggb1.pdf
    Great gig book p.557
    but have a few question about the chords used.
    Can anyone check and correct these used chords?

    F = F-A-C (triad)
    Ab0 = Ab-B-D (triad)
    G-7 = G-Bb-D-F#
    C7 = C-E-G-B
    F7 = F-A-C-E
    A-7b5 = A-C-Eb-G
    D7b9 = D-F#-A-C-Eb
    Bb-6 = Bb-Db-F-G
    D-7 = D-F-A-C
    C7sus4 = C-F-G-Bb

    Many thanks, Johan

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    G-7 = G Bb D F
    C7 = C E G Bb
    F7 = F A C Eb

    Nine varieties of seventh chords:
    major 7 chord = major third - minor third - major third ex: C E G B
    minor 7 chord = minor 3rd - major third - minor third ex: C Eb G Bb
    dom 7 chord = major third - minor third - minor third ex: C E G Bb
    minor 7 b5 chord (=half diminished) chord = minor third - minor third - major third ex: C Eb Gb Bb
    minor with major 7 chord: minor third - major third - major third ex: C Eb G B
    dim 7 chord = minor third - minor third - minor third ex: C Eb Gb Bbb (=A)
    maj 7 b5 chord = major third - diminished third - augmented third ex: C E Gb B
    aug 7 chord = major third - major third - diminished third ex: C E G# Bb
    dom 7 sus 4 = perfect fourth - major second - major third ex: C F G Bb

    Hope this helps,

    Keith
    Last edited by Keith88; 05-10-2016 at 01:08 AM. Reason: Left one out!

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    Quote Originally Posted by johand View Post
    I want to learn "Strangers in the night" from the http://www.angelfire.com/fl4/moneychords/ggb1.pdf
    Great gig book p.557
    but have a few question about the chords used.
    Can anyone check and correct these used chords?

    F = F-A-C (triad)
    Ab0 = Ab-B-D (triad)
    G-7 = G-Bb-D-F#
    C7 = C-E-G-B
    F7 = F-A-C-E
    A-7b5 = A-C-Eb-G
    D7b9 = D-F#-A-C-Eb
    Bb-6 = Bb-Db-F-G
    D-7 = D-F-A-C
    C7sus4 = C-F-G-Bb

    Many thanks, Johan
    You can use the piano chords display and chord library features in the app to easily check chord notes.
    Choose the chord scales feature to display in notation.

    Strangers In The Night - Bert Kaempfert

    )BOB
    Last edited by pdxdjazz; 05-09-2016 at 01:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxdjazz View Post
    You can use the piano chords display and chord library features in the app to easily check chord notes.
    Choose the chord scales feature to display in notation.
    )BOB

    Quote Originally Posted by Keith88 View Post
    Nine varieties of seventh chords:
    major 7 chord = major third - minor third - major third ex: C E G B
    minor 7 chord = minor 3rd - major third - minor third ex: C Eb G Bb
    dom 7 chord = major third - minor third - minor third ex: C E G Bb
    minor 7 b5 chord (=half diminished) chord = minor third - minor third - major third ex: C Eb Gb Bb
    minor with major 7 chord: minor third - major third - major third ex: C Eb G B
    dim 7 chord = minor third - minor third - minor third ex: C Eb Gb Bbb (=A)
    maj 7 b5 chord = major third - diminished third - augmented third ex: C E Gb B
    aug 7 chord = major third - major third - diminished third ex: C E G# Bb
    dom 7 sus 4 = perfect fourth - major second - major third ex: C F G Bb
    Keith
    Thx, Johan
    Last edited by johand; 05-10-2016 at 01:52 AM.

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