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Bernadette Peters - Broadway's Best
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#beginquote# #beginquote# I'm trying to put chords to a tune I've composed in the key of A minor. Can anyone tell me, according to the laws of music, can a 'C' chord be placed straight before either an 'F' or an 'Am' chord, and can the 'C' chord be placed straight after an 'F' chord in the key of Am? #endquote# Chord structure (IMHO) is what make a song unique. Any sequence is acceptable...as long as it sounds good. Take for instance going from a F Major straight into a B Major!! Wow is all I can say..that is so strange. But, the master tunesmith Elton John made it work in a song called "Turn Out The Lights When You Leave" from his album "Peachtree Road." In simpler terms that is the equivalent of going from a C Major straight into an F# Major. Very odd. #endquote#
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