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GUERILLA

EAR
TRAINING
PracticalSkillsfor
MusiciansintheTrenches
FaLL Semester CLass VII
Tom Brooks, Instructor

cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!

GUERILLA
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Lets get started!
Why is this So Important?
Perfect Pitch versus
Relative Pitch

GOOD NEWS! You already know


way more than you think!

GUERILLA EAR TRAINING


WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT??
>Because Music is SOUND - Ear Training lets you
KNOW and instantly analyze what you are hearing
>After you learn Ear Training you can...
Hear it once and PLAY IT- plus WRITE the CHART
>Learn this Vital Skill and you will become...
a Better Player / a Faster Arranger / a Sharper Producer

GUERILLA EAR
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Perfect Pitch versus Relative Pitch
PERFECT PITCH (Absolute Pitch) >less than 0.01% of people have it
>you either HAVE IT or you DONT (nbd!)

RELATIVE PITCH >Everybody has it, in varying degrees...


[that means YOU TOO!]
>You can DEVELOP it and improve your Skill
[...thats what were doing today!]

GOOD NEWS!!
You already know WAY more than you think!
If you can sing Happy Birthday,
youre already on your way This Class will...
Narrow it down - Start Simple - and Grow from there
SO... Lets N A R R O W I T D O W N ! ! ! ==>

N a r r o w i t D o w n ==>
In Western Music there are only 12 NOTES in an octave
the same 12 notes repeat in the next octave

95% of all pop music is built on the MAJOR SCALE


the Major Scale only uses

7 of the 12 notes

...and I GUARANTEE you already know these 7 notes


SO...Lets start at the very beginning a very good place to start...

GUERILLA
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We start our Training on the
mountaintops of Austria
with the Von Trapp childrenDo-Re-Mi 1-2-3 A-B-C...
Yes folks, its
its ALL THE SAME!!
FRAULINE MARIA!

Ear Training is EASY


Its Only 7 NOTES!!
1-2-3 / do-re-mi / A-B-C /...its all the same
1-2-3

do-re-mi

Scale Degree

Key of C

do

Tonic

re

Super-Tonic

mi

Mediant

fa

Sub-Dominant

so

Dominant

la

Sub-Mediant

ti

Leading Tone

Do-Re-Mi ...WHAT??
In The Sound of Music Rodgers & Hammerstein
were teaching the Von Trapp children Ear Training

The system is called SOLFEGE; been around forever


Each of the 7 NOTES in the scale has a syllable

Do-Re-Mi-Fa-Sol-La-Ti-Do (same as low Do) {used to be UT!}


It is called a Movable Do system (Nashville Number System)
SING IT!

...really fast, syllables LOUD, rush past the rest of it-

a C Major Scale is
all White Notes on the keyboard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Now just sing The First Three


Do-Re-Mi = 1-2-3 = C-D-E
***Focus on the sound of each Note***
When I play a note, you SING which of the 3 it is - (Come on, only 3 options!!)

GUERILLA
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...the first three notes just
happen to be...

Do-Re-Mi
1-2-3
C-D-E

Its time for...

POP QUIZ #1!!


{Lets go FAST!}

POP QUIZ RULES


>Take out manuscript or blank paper
>Now we are moving from Austria to Nashville...
so instead of writing Do-Re-Mi write

1-2-3

*For now, everything is in the


Key of C Major *Remember, its Relative Pitch...
so you are writing your answers relative
to this Reference Pitch -

LISTEN and lock in this Key Center:

Pop Quiz #1

Listen and write the note number,


1 or 2 or 3

Pop Quiz #1
1-2-3-1-3-1-3
3-2-2-1-1--1-2-2

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz #1
How did you score?!?!?

POP QUIZ #2
>Now I play using the same 3 NOTES but instead of writing 1 or 2 or 3
you write the LETTER NAMES

C or D or E
in C Major
(same pitches, different label)
*(Ask me later why Note 1 isnt the Letter A!!)

LISTEN and re-lock in the Key Center:

Pop Quiz #2

Listen and write the LETTER NAMES,


C or D or E

Pop Quiz #2
C-D-E--E-D-C--D-C
C-D-E--E
E-E-E-E-D-D

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz #2
Finding some new SKILLS?
How about some
BONUS POINTS?!?!?
***a FREE CD if you can
name those 2 tunes!

Pop Quiz #2
C-D-E--E-D-C--D-C
C-D-E--E
E-E-E-E-D-D

Pop Quiz #2

C-D-E--E-D-C--D-C
C-D-E--E
*Charlie Brown Theme*
E-E-E-E-D-D
*Great Is Thy Faithfulness*

GUERILLA
TACTICS
TIP #1
Always identify the first
3 pitches of the scale
1-2-3 with the song
Do-Re-Mi
The UP-DOWN Game

cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!

a C Major Scale is
all White Notes on the keyboard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

>Do-Re-Mi = 1-2-3 = C-D-E = The First Three

***Key Center***
The KEY CENTER is the HOME BASE, the Starting
Note, the Do, NOTE 1, the BOSS, the Big Cheese,
the TONIC, the note that feels Final to us,
very often the last Chord of the song...
Even most non-musicians can identify this note
So far, everything we have done has been in the

Key of C - (every melody can be played in every Key)


Lets practice identifying the Key Center

POP QUIZ #3
Identifying the KEY CENTER
>Ill play part of a song, you get the
Key Center in your head
>When I point to you, you sing the
Key Center Note / the Do
NOTE 1 of the Key
sing the word HOME
(sing pretty now, the whole class is listening!!)

Pop Quiz #3

I play the tune, you sing the Key Center

POP QUIZ #4
Identifying the KEY CENTER
>Ill play part of a song, you get the
Key Center in your head
>When I finish Ill play 1 note:
*Write YES if it IS the correct Key Center
*Write NO if it is NOT the correct Key Center

Pop Quiz #4

I play the tune,


I play a possible note for the Key Center
You write YES or NO

Pop Quiz #4

Today is the Day = YES


Indescribable = NO
Mighty to Save = YES
Everlasting God = NO
Say So = YES

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz #4
Did you correctly identify
the Key Center?

Dont worry if you didnt...


well come back to it Lets add a New Note
(after a Guerilla Tactics Tip)

GUERILLA
TACTICS
TIP #2
Music and Pitch are EVERYWHERE!

Get yourself a
Personal Pitch Reference
(for times when a keyboard or other
pitch reference is not available)

cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!

GUERILLA
TACTICS
TIP #2
*I know my car chimes a D when I
take my seat belt off while driving
*The 60 cycle hum from an
amplifier is roughly a B
*I know the lowest note
cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!
I can sing is an F
>>>Find the lowest note you can
sing and remember the pitch!

Time for a New Note


So far we learned:
1-2-3 = Do-Re-Mi = C-D-E
Now lets add

Note 5 = Sol = G
(in the Key of C Major)

Its Only 7 NOTES!!


Lets add Note 5

1-2-3 / do-re-mi / A-B-C /...its all the same


1-2-3

do-re-mi

Scale Degree

Key of C

do

Tonic

re

Super-Tonic

mi

Mediant

fa

Sub-Dominant

5
6

sol
la

Dominant
Sub-Mediant

G
A

ti

Leading Tone

1-2-3-5
Listen to NOTE 5 along with 1-2-3 in these songs
Open the Eyes of My Heart 3-5-3-5-3-5-5-3...
Star Spangled Banner

5-3-1-3-5...

Indescribable

5-5-5-3-1...

Hey Jude Nah-Nah ending

1-3-5...

Be My Everything God in my living 1-2-1-5-3...


Communicating with Aliens in Close Encounters
(ask me about how Ear Training can save you from K-P DUTY -- this story later!!)

a C Major Scale is
all White Notes on the keyboard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1-2-3-5 = C-D-E-G

POP QUIZ #5
>Now I play using these same NOTES >You write down

1 or 2 or 3 or 5

LISTEN and re-lock in the


Key Center of C Major:

Pop Quiz #5
Listen and write the correct
Note Number, 1 - 2 - 3 - 5

Pop Quiz #5
1-2-3-5-3-2-3-1
1-3-5-3-5-2-5-1

POP QUIZ #6
>Now I play the same NOTES but instead of writing 1 or 2 or 3 or 5
you write the LETTER NAMES

C or D or E or G
(same pitches, different label)
Do you still have the Key Center of
C Major in your head?

Pop Quiz #6

Listen and write the LETTER NAMES,


C or D or E or G

Pop Quiz #6
C-D-C-G-E
E-G-G--E-D-C
D-E-G-E-D

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz #6
Youre ROCKIN now!
How about more
BONUS POINTS?!?!?
***a FREE CD if you can
name that last melody!

Think about it
this way...

a MELODY is like a Treasure Map


(it has a shape, but no starting point).

The KEY CENTER gives you the Starting Point.

?
C

Christmas Bonus ?!?

GUERILLA
TACTICS
TIP #3

When the melody jumps


(versus walking up & down by steps)

the jump is called an


INTERVAL.
Use these familiar tunes
cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!
to help identify Intervals

Use these familiar songs


to identify INTERVALS
Scale
Intervals
and
Common
Tunes
(Remember, you can always sing a scale to get to your Target Note!!)
Interval

Key of C

Tune

Major 2nd

C - D - (e)

Do a (Deer)

Major 3rd

C - E - (g)

Hey Jude (Chorus)

Perfect 4th

C-F

(C-C-D-E-F)

Louie, Louie (Lean On Me)

Perfect 5th

C-G

Star Wars

Major 6th

C - (e - g) - A

Anchors Away

Major 7th

C - (e - g) - B

PBS /

Octave

C-C

(Bali Hai)

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Dont Be CONFUSED!!
When someone refers to an Interval
(You sing the 5th!) you need to know...

Are they referring to the KEY CENTER?


(sing a 5th above the Key Note, Note 1)

OR...
Are they referring to the CURRENT CHORD?
(sing a 5th above the Root of the Current Chord)

BIG DIFFERENCE!
Its OK to ask

Lets add another Note


1-2-3-5-6
Listen to NOTE 6 along with 1-2-3-5 in these songs
Anchors Away [ 1-3-5-6 ]
Open the Eyes of My Heart (Verse + Chorus)
Heart of Worship 5-5-5-5-1-1-6-5-3-2...
Childrens Playground Chant: 5-3 5-3 5-3-6-5-3
Amazing Grace (sounds different using the octave BELOW Note 1)

Its Only 7 NOTES!!


Lets add Note 6

1-2-3 / do-re-mi / A-B-C /...its all the same


1-2-3

do-re-mi

Scale Degree

Key of C

do

Tonic

re

Super-Tonic

mi

Mediant

fa

Sub-Dominant

sol

Dominant

6
7

la
ti

Sub-Mediant
Leading Tone

A
B

We now are working with 5 NOTES -

1-2-3-5-6
These 5 NOTES make up the

PENTATONIC SCALE
Major Scale = 7 Notes
Pentatonic Scale = 5 Notes
Pentatonic is basically Major
but without the

2 HOT NOTES,

Note 4 and Note 7

a C Major Scale is
all White Notes on the keyboard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1-2-3-5-6 = C-D-E-G-A

POP QUIZ #7
>Now I play using these same NOTES >You write

1 or 2 or 3 or 5 or 6

LISTEN and re-lock in the


Key Center of C Major:

Pop Quiz #7

Listen and write the correct


Note Number, 1 - 2 - 3 - 5 - 6

Pop Quiz #7
1-2-3-5-6-3-5
1-1-5-5-6-6-5

POP QUIZ #8
>Now I play using the same NOTES but instead of writing numbers
you write the LETTER NAMES

C or D or E or G or A
(same pitches, different label)
Do you still have the Key Center of
C Major in your head?

Pop Quiz #8

Listen and write the LETTER NAMES,


C or D or E or G or A

Pop Quiz #8
C-E-G-A-E-A
G-E-D-C-D-EG-E-G-A-E-AG-E-D-C

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz #8
Youre the KING of Pentatonic
Only 2 more Notes to go NOTE 4 and NOTE 7!

*Christmas Bonus ?!?

**But First...**

Lets talk about

Half Steps
and

Whole Steps

Half Step vs Whole Step


2 Half Steps = 1 Whole Step

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
>Notice between E-F and B-C there is NO BLACK NOTE
These are HALF STEPS
[3-4 and 7-8]
>Between all the others there is a BLACK NOTE
These are WHOLE STEPS

Lets add Note 4


1-2-3-4-5-6
Listen to NOTE 4 plus the others in these songs
Here I Am to Worship

4-3-3-2-3-3...

Twinkle Twinkle Little Star 1-1-5-5-6-6-5--4...


Everlasting God

3-5-5-1-4-4-3-2-3

Come Now is the Time to Worship 3-2-3-4-3...


Louie Louie [1-4-5, the Primary Triads]
>>>Notice the Half Step bet ween 3 and 4

a C Major Scale is
all White Notes on the keyboard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1-2-3-4-5-6 = C-D-E-F-G-A

POP QUIZ #9
>Now I play using these same NOTES >You write

1 or 2 or 3 or 4 or 5 or 6

LISTEN and re-lock in the


Key Center of C Major:

Pop Quiz #9

Listen and write the correct


Note Number, 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6

Pop Quiz #9
1-2-3-1--3-4-5 5-6-5-4-3-1
3-5-5-3-4-4-3-2-1

GUERILLA
TACTICS
TIP #4
When the melody
jumps, sing the scale
notes in between if
you need to -

cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!

Use these familiar songs


to identify INTERVALS
Scale
Intervals
and
Common
Tunes
(Remember, you can always sing a scale to get to your Target Note!!)
Interval

Key of C

Tune

Major 2nd

C - D - (e)

Do a (Deer)

Major 3rd

C - E - (g)

Hey Jude (Chorus)

Perfect 4th

C-F

(C-C-D-E-F)

Louie, Louie (Lean On Me)

Perfect 5th

C-G

Star Wars

Major 6th

C - (e - g) - A

Anchors Away

Major 7th

C - (e - g) - B

PBS / (Bali Hai)

Octave

C-C

Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Now add the last Note 7


1-2-3-4-5-6-7
Listen to NOTE 7 plus the others in these songs
Shout to the Lord (8 is same as 1, an octave higher)
Happy Birthday to You 5-5-6-5-8-7...
Joy to the World

8-7-6-5--4-3-2-1

A Mighty Fortress

8-8-8-5-6-7-8...

Somewhere Over the Rainbow 1-8-7-5-6-7-8...


Notice the Half Step bet ween 7 and 8 (8 same as 1)

a C Major Scale is
all White Notes on the keyboard

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

1-2-3-4-5-6-7 = C-D-E-F-G-A-B

POP QUIZ #10


>Now I play all 7 NOTES but instead of writing numbers
you write the LETTER NAMES

C-D-E-F-G-A-B
*All 7 pitches of the C Major Scale
Do you still have the Key Center of
C Major in your head?

Pop Quiz #10

Listen and write the LETTER NAMES,


C-D-E-F-G-A-B

Pop Quiz #10


C-B-A-B-A-G--E-E-G-E-G-C-B-A-A-G
C-C-B-G-A-B-C

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz #10
You RULE the Major Scale!
You are KING of the Jungle!
Take a Victory Lap Then lets get back to
BASSics

Identifying BASS NOTES

*STEP #1 toward analyzing Chords


*Use the same approach as Melody

POP QUIZ- BASS


>I will play a Chord Progression
>You write down the

BASS LINE

(leave 2 lines of space above your Bass Line)

Do you still have the Key Center of


C Major in your head?

Pop Quiz- BASS


Listen and write the LETTER NAMES
of the BASS LINE (in C Major)

Pop Quiz- Bass


Bass = C-F-G-C--F-G-C

GUERILLA
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Pop quiz-BASS

Youve got the BASSics!


You can write Melody!
Now youre just 1 step
away from knowing the
CHORDS!!

CHORD CONSTRUCTION
Most of the time the BASS NOTE
is the ROOT of the CHORD
ROOT = the Name of the Chord,
the Bottom Note of the Triad,
the 1 of the 1-3-5
or the C of the C-E-G [C Triad]
in a C major chord the ROOT is C

Now add the Melody


Lets take the same progression...
you already wrote down the BASS LINE
so you already know 1 note in each Chord
and it most likely is the ROOT (the name of the Chord)
>>>Now use your Ear Training skills and
write the Melody on top of your Bass Line

Pop Quiz-Melody
Listen and write the LETTER NAMES
of the MELODY over the BASS LINE

Pop Quiz-Bass + Melody


Melody=E-C-D-E--A-B-G
Bass = C-F-G-C--F-G-C

CHORD CONSTRUCTION
Now we know the BASS NOTE
(probably the ROOT of the CHORD)

and we know the MELODY NOTE


(probably another Chord Tone)

Now we have 2 of the 3 notes in each Triad


Use the SING-HOLD-MOVE-DOES IT FIT? method
Well start with the PRIMARY TRIADS 1-4-5 = C-F-G; all MAJOR
Now fill in the remaining note in each Triad and name each Chord - GO!

Pop Quizadd Chords


You have :15 seconds!!

Pop Quiz-add the Chords


Chord = C-F-G-C--F-G-C
Melody=E-C-D-E--A-B-G
Bass = C-F-G-C--F-G-C

CHORD CONSTRUCTION
a QUICK WRAP-UP:
the BASS NOTE is probably the
ROOT of the CHORD
but the Bass Note is sometimes NOT the ROOT
the Bass Note could be the 3rd or the 5th;
the E or the G of the C Major Chord (or even the 7th!!)
These are called SLASH CHORDS or INVERSIONS,
C/E (3rd in the Bass) and C/G (5th in the Bass)

MEGA-POP QUIZ
>OK... you get 3 SHOTS!
>Ill play a progression with
Bass Line, Melody, and Chords

BASS LINE
*Pass 2 - write the MELODY
*Pass 3 - write the CHORDS

*Pass 1 - write the

>>>Watch out for SLASH CHORDS


Do you still have the Key Center of C Major in your head?

MEGA-Pop Quiz
Write the LETTER NAMES to the
BASS LINE - MELODY - CHORDS
>>>Watch out for SLASH CHORDS

Mega-Pop Quiz!
Chord = C - C/E - F - F/A -Melody=E - G - A - C -Bass = C - E - F - A -Chord = G - G/F - C/E
Melody=D - B - G_
Bass = G - F - E

CHORD CONSTRUCTION
4 Types of Triads -

Triad is the basic 3 note Chord

Major Triad - 48% of pop music

Primary Triads built on 1 and 4 and 5 are naturally MAJOR

Minor Triad - 48% of pop music

Secondary Triads built on 2 and 3 and 6 are naturally minor

Augmented Triad - rare

Doesnt occur naturally in the Major Scale

Diminished Triad - medium rare

Triads built on 7 are naturally diminished, but rarely used

PRIMARY and SECONDARY Triads


We started with the PRIMARY TRIADS
1-4-5 = C-F-G; all MAJOR

Then we added INVERSIONS-SLASH CHORDS,


(where the Bass Note is something other than the Root;
like the 3rd or 5th of the chord)

Now we will add in the SECONDARY TRIADS


2-3-6 = D minor - Emin - Am; all minor
Minor can be abbreviated min or just m.
*Chord Names with the Letter only are
assumed to be MAJOR Chords.

ULTRA-MEGA
Pop Quiz
Write the LETTER NAMES to the
BASS LINE - MELODY - CHORDS
>>>Watch out for Minor Chords!

Ultra-Mega Pop Quiz!


Chord = C - F - Dm - G -Melody=G - A - A - B -Bass = C - F - D - G -Chord = Em-Am-Dm-G-C
Melody= B - C - D - B-C_
Bass = E - A - D - G-C

PRIMARY+SECONDARY+Inversions
We started with the PRIMARY TRIADS
1-4-5 = C-F-G; all MAJOR

Then we added INVERSIONS-SLASH CHORDS,


Then we added the SECONDARY TRIADS
2-3-6 = D minor - Emin - Am; all minor
AND NOW... the ULTIMATE CHALLENGE!

PRIMARY + SECONDARY TRIADS +


+ INVERSIONS

COME ON!!!!! Bring It!!!!

UBER-ULTRA-MEGA

Thermo-Nuclear
Pop Quiz

Write the LETTER NAMES to the


BASS LINE - MELODY - CHORDS
>>>Watch out for Slash Chords and Minor Chords!

Uber-Ultra-Mega
Thermo-Nuclear Pop Quiz!

Chord = C - G/B - Am - Em -Melody=E - G - C - B -Bass = C - B - A - E -Chord = F - G/F - C/E


Melody= A - G - G_
Bass = F - F - E

GUERILLA
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Ultra... Mega... whatever...

Pop quiz

Way To Go CHAMP!!!
You RAAWWK!!!

But wait -

Wait a minute -

What about those other 5 notes?


the BLACK KEYS?!?!?

In C Major,
on the Keyboard...
The 7 WHITE KEYS form a
C Major Scale when you start on C
The 5 BLACK KEYS are notes that
are outside of the C Major Scale

(if you start a scale on any note other than C, you will need some
of these Black Keys to keep your new scale sounding Major)

You can borrow these


Outside Notes to spice up the
sound of a Major Key

the 5 BLACK NOTES are


outside the key of C Major

...but just for that reason, they each have a


particularly

startling effect when you use them

The Outsiders

E flat

(D#)

Changing the normal


E to E flat changes
the C Major chord to
a C minor chord To generalize, MAJOR
KEYS sound HAPPY Minor Keys sound sad

*Remember the Wild West Saloon?!?


Suddenly in walks Black Bart;
the banjo player turns to the piano
player and says... Hey Willy, here
come da Bad Guys - Minor Key!!

Listen to the Difference...


Tell me if you hear
>E natural (a C Major chord) or
>Eb (a C minor chord)

The Outsiders

C#

(D flat)

Changing the normal


C to C# changes the
A minor chord to an
A MAJOR chord -

*This creates a Strong Pull


up to the D minor Chord*this is called a
Secondary Dominant

Listen to the Difference...


Tell me if you hear
>C natural (an A minor chord) or
>C# (an A Major chord)

The Outsiders

F#

(G flat)

Changing the normal


F to F# changes the
D minor chord to a
D Major chord -

To generalize, our ears


associate this Outside Note
with all things

Futuristic

*It also creates a Strong


Pull to the G Major Chord,
another example of a
Secondary Dominant

Listen to the Difference...


Tell me if you hear
>F natural (a D minor chord) or
>F# (a D Major chord)

The Outsiders

G#

(A flat)

Changing the normal


G to G# changes the
E minor chord to an
E Major chord -

*This creates a Strong Pull


up to the A minor Chord,
another example of a
Secondary Dominant
OR... moving down it turns
the F Major Chord into
an F minor Chord; a sad
spot in the progression.

Listen to the Difference...


Tell me if you hear
>G natural (a E minor chord) or
>G# (a E Major chord)

Listen to the Difference...


Tell me if you hear
>A natural (an F Major chord) or
>Ab (an F minor chord)

The Outsiders

B flat

(A#)

Changing the normal


B to B flat changes
the G Major chord to
an G minor chord -

The borrowed sound of the


G minor Chord fits the
awesome wonder lyric
in

Revelation Song

Listen to the Difference...


Tell me if you hear
>B natural (a G Major chord) or
>Bb (a G minor chord)

GUERILLA
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THATS It!
ALL 12 Notes!!
YOU GOT IT!!!
Now go out, analyze Everything you hear,
get fast, gain confidence, use your skill to
honor God and lead people to Him!

cuz its a JUNGLE out there!!

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