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Hey everyone!  I’m trying something a little different: a bite-sized music theory lesson in the form of a video post.  If this is something you enjoy/find useful and you’d like to see more of them, the BEST way to show me is to like, comment, and most importantly SHARE this post.  This is the clearest indicator you can give me to let me know that this is the type of content you’d like to see more.

A Quick Introduction

Today’s video is about a chord called the V7 chord.  If you’re writing music in a major or minor key, you can definitely make use of this chord to provide a strong resolution to a musical phrase or idea.  It creates a sense of finality and arrival, because music is often a journey away from and a subsequence return to the “home” chord of the key you’re writing in.

Enough reading – on to the video!

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