By Ausra Motuzaite-Pinkeviciene (get free updates of new posts here)
Victoria was very curious. She wanted to know how to play a cadence in G major with chords I-V6-I-IV6-I64-V-V7-I.
My hands were visible at the keyboard. I played really slow but she kept asking me what the notes of the chords were.
I thought this will be helpful for others who are beginners at harmony.
Here they are (starting from the bass up):
G-B-D-G, F#-A-D-A, G-B-D-G, E-C-G-C, D-D-G-B, D-D-F#-A, D-C-F#-A and G-G-B-G.
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