Classic chord progressions

On this page you'll find a number of collages of songs that use classic chord progressions. They are available for:
Sequences of descending fifths, secondary dominants, modal interchange, Neapolitan and bII chords, diminished chords, tritone substitutions and line cliches.
At the bottom of the page you'll find some miscellanious material from the internet. Please allow some loading time, may take about 30 seconds to load

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Sequences of descending fifths
Secondary dominants
Modal Interchange
Neapolitan chords and bII
Diminished chords
Tritone substitutions
Line cliches
     


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The four chord songs.

Dozens of hit songs were made with the II IV I V chord progressions. Check out these funny videos from the Axis of awesome and RipTard.

The Stairway to heaven lawsuit
Ever heard about the lawsuit about the Stairway to heaven chord progression? It's all about a minor chord with a descending bass line (what I like to call a line clichee). This video shows that the guys from Led Zeppelin weren't the only one who used it.

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