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How Were the Maps Developed?
  While studying music theory in college. I was introduced to ideas pertaining to chords and chord flow. After leaving college, I was teaching piano to young students for a while. Searching for ways to make chord flow accessible to young minds, I began drawing diagrams that would allow a child to create strong progressions. It seemed best to put each chord at a visual location with arrows to direct the flow. I experimented with different variations before choosing what I now call the Simple Map. Years later, I added the secondary chords that make the Big Map look the way it does. A few adjustments were made to create the Generic Map.
  I hope these pages, charts, and maps will help you understand chords and how they flow together. Enjoy writing music. Love and peace to all.
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ーMusic Theory for Songwriters by Joel Mugglin―
  Chord Progression Maps
    The Big Map In C
    The Big Map In Db
    The Big Map In D
    The Big Map In Eb
    The Big Map In E
    The Big Map In F
    The Big Map In Gb
    The Big Map In G
    The Big Map In Ab
    The Big Map In A
    The Big Map In Bb
    The Big Map In B
    The Generic Map
    The Generic Map for Major Scales
  How Were the Maps Developed?
  Part Six Major Scales - I
    Concept - Half Steps and Whole Steps
    Concept - Formula for the Major Scale
    Challenge - Learning the Major Scale in 12 Keys
    We¨ll Start with C Major
    A Moment for Perspective
    Review of Part Six
  Part Seven Major Scales - II
    Concept - Sharps and Flats
    The G Major Scale
    Above and Below the Scale
    Why Do We Use Numbers?
    One Important Idea to Consider
    Review of Part Seven
  Part Eight Major Scales - III
    Concept - Major Keys with Sharps
    Are All These Keys Used Equally?
    Major Keys with Flats
    Review of Part Eight
  Part Nine The Circle of Fifths
    Learning the Circle
    Something Else About the Circle
    The ^Photographic Opposites ̄
    Review of Part Nine
  Part Ten
    Understanding Modes
    Thinking This Through
    Another Way of Thinking About It
    The ^Rules ̄
    Experimenting with Modes
    Review of Part Ten
  Part Eleven Minor Keys - I
    Minor Keys - Concept #1
    Reviewing the Dorian and Phrygian Modes
    What About the Aeolian Mode?
    Minor Keys - Concept #2
    Minor Keys - Concept #3
    Say It Again
    Minor Keys - Concept #4
    You Can Also Find Melodic Minor This Way
    Minor Keys - Approach #1
    Review of Part Eleven
  Part Twelve Minor Keys - II
    Minor Keys - Concept #5
    Minor Keys - Approach #2
    Minor Keys - Concept #6
    Minor Keys - Concept #7
    Minor Keys - Concept #8
    ^Switching Over ̄ - How Does It Work?
    What Does This Mean?
    Even More Possibilities
    Review of Part Twelve
  Common Chords in the Key of C Minor
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ーMusic Theory for Songwriters by Joel Mugglin―


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