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The degree of the scale upon which each chord is built root note of chord is shown as a roman numeral ex 1b. Each key centre must be clearly shown before the sequence of chords.
In most cases a new key centre is made obvious by a V7-I cadence. Differentiate clearly between major and minor keys. Make a note of chords that are not diatonic to the starting key to identify new key centres.
Look for a tonic chord maj7 or maj6 in a major key, min maj7, min6 or minor triad in a minor key preceded by IIm7-V7 to define a key centre. Minor 7 chords are very often II chords in a major key. Mark the key centre clearly — circle it or use a different colour.
This happens where one or more consecutive chords could be in one of two key centres. This gives us two possible ways to analyse the first eight bars ex 9b and 9c below ex 9b: The Gm key centre is shown at bar 4.
The Gm key centre is shown on bar 5. The Ebmaj7 is diatonic to both key centres. Although the analysis in ex 9b could be seen as correct, there are various reasons why 9c is better: We have not yet established the G minor via a cadence eg.
D7 Gmso our ears tell us that the Eb is still in the key centre of Bb. The key centres make up two four bar phrases if the G minor key centre starts at bar 5.A survey of music in the jazz idiom from its origin to the present.
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