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A Progression Map for C Minor Bº Dº F # º 7 D Am7 b
A Progression Map for C Minor
F
# º 7
D
Am7 b 5
D
G
Dº 7
7,b9
7, b 9, b 13,sus
G
Cm
E
b+
Gm7 b 5
7, b 9
E
b
B b m7 b 5
º
7
E
b
Fm
Eº 7
A
b
Gº 7
A
b
7,9,b9
m7 b 5
6,M7
C
m6/ b 6,
m7/ b 6
D
b
Fm
Cm/E b
7, b 9
F
m6,m7,
m9
F
# º 7
Am7 b 5
D
D
G
7, b 9
A
b 7
7, b 9, b 13,sus
Fm7
A
b
Cm/G
F
# º 7
B
b
9
Cm
Fm/C
+ = aug, º = dim, º 7 = dim7
2,sus
G/C
Chords in italics have been respelled:
A b 7 = A b (aug6)

Suggestions for Use

1 - Begin with the blue boxes. Start at Cm. Jump to another blue area. Follow the arrows back. (Example: Cm-Fm-G-Cm)

2 - Start with any blue box. Create a 3 or 4-chord progression by following the arrows. (Examples: Dº-G-Cm or A b -Fm-Dº-G)

3 - You may jump to a green location at any time. When you do, there is a tendency to follow the arrows back toward the blue locations.

4 - If two locations have the same name, you may switch from one to the other. This gives more options for choosing the next chord.

5 - The arrows point to the entire location, not just the left or right option, but some options may work better than others. The arrows indicate strong, natural-sounding progressions. For interest, sometimes go opposite the direction of the arrows.

The expression X/Y indicates chord X with scale note Y in the bass.

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