Cadences In All Major Keys

September 18, 2015

Cadences in Majoe Keys

Cadences in Minor Keys

A demonstration of a I-IV-I-V-V7-I cadence in every major key on the piano.

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This video details how to use the Circle of Fifths to calculate key signatures for major keys. It’s important that you know how to create the circle before watching this video – please watch my other video on “how to create the circle of fifths” before this one if you need to.

If you’d like to extend your knowledge of the circle and use to it create major scales have a look at this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=itXfl…

Please note that this video is virtually identicial (bar a few small changes) to my previous video detailing how to use the circle of fifths for major keys. This video, however, is in HD and has much better sound quality.

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This video explains how to calculate the primary chords for minor keys.
Primary chords are chords I (tonic), IV (subdominant) and V (dominant) and, if studying the Associated Board (ABRSM) music theory syllabus, first make an appearance at grade 4.

Before watching this video it’s very important that you have watched part 3 of this series of videos and that you can create harmonic minor scales.

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