Register Latest Topics
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
pacoRios

Moderator
Registered:
Posts: 394
 #1 
LAS PROGRESIONES

  • definicion de una progresion
  • la progresion I - IV - V
  • la progresion I - vi - ii - V7
  • la progresion I - vi - IV - V7

Definicion de una progresion
Una progresion es un grupo de acordes. La progresion no necesariamente define la estructura de la pieza musical, pero si indica que acordes se tocan durante la pieza musical.

Los acordes se derivan de la escala que define la tonalidad de la pieza.


La progresion I - IV - V
Esta progresion consiste de los acordes formados sobre los grados 1, 4, y 5, de una escala diatonica mayor. Los tres acordes son triadas mayores.

Esta progresion es la mas comun en el genero de musica norteña y ranchera. Algunas piezas estan basadas en la variacion de I-V.

A los acordes de esta progresion comunmente se les nombra:
  • I - primera
  • IV - tercera
  • V - segunda

La progresion I - vi - ii - V7
Esta progresion consiste de los acordes formados sobre los grados 1, 6, 2, y 5, de una escala diatonica mayor.
  • I - es una triada mayor
  • vi - es una triada menor
  • ii - es una triada menor
  • V7 - es un acorde de septima dominante

Esta progresion es muy comun en baladas, boleros, y en general musica romantica. A esta progresion tambien se le conoce como circulo menor armonico.


La progresion I - vi - IV - V7
Esta progresion consiste de los acordes formados sobre los grados 1, 6, 4, y 5, de una escala diatonica mayor.
  • I - es una triada mayor
  • vi - es una triada menor
  • IV - es una triada mayor
  • V7 - es un acorde de septima dominante

Esta progresion es muy comun en baladas, boleros, y en general musica romantica. A esta progresion tambien se le conoce como circulo menor melodico.

Estas progresiones son estructuras basicas, pero muy utiles. Con frecuencia, una pieza musical puede incluir alguna de estas progresiones ademas de una multitud de acordes.


__________________
"Music is numbers made audible" -Boethius
el_sapo

Avatar / Picture

Registered:
Posts: 72
 #2 

im back!
to help answer question you have.

keys
chords
progressions
circle of 5ths
triads
parallel minors
relative minors
scales
tonic pitches
intervals
notation
cadences
rules/laws of music theory

also...

pronounciation
dictation
projection
breath support

Rafita21

Avatar / Picture

Silver Member
Registered:
Posts: 109
 #3 

I kinda got the first ones.. But can you give a song as an example for the other progresions...thanx..

chuco

Elite Member
Registered:
Posts: 5,742
 #4 
PACO, I understand not what you so eloquently explained. I know everyone else does and that's good.
 
For me, a sample on your great accordion would have been icing on the cake. But then again, I am only one, lol, Chuco

__________________
Gerardo23

Silver Member
Registered:
Posts: 125
 #5 
i was going to do something similar too.. and your right on the chord progressions @ chuco i hope this helps  the root note is g so g is 1, 2 is A, B is 3, C is 4 D is 6, and E is 7, .... the turnaround which is the 3,6,2,5,1 or the 1,2,5,1 these are used in jazz, bolleros etc. also what i didn't see on here was were you can have a flat 2 or a sharp 1which is the samething lol for example. 1,flat2,2, flat 3, 3 and so on. feeeewhhhh man this is alot of work im hungry lol. jk... good job posting this theory hopefully it helps a lot of people on this forum. God bless
__________________
G3rardo
chilangochango

Registered:
Posts: 33
 #6 
Pregunta,En el tono de B(si mayor) es la misma regla para las progreciones?
y si es asi, es lo mismo tambien en menores, bemol o sostenidos?

__________________
Do you live to work, or work to live?
El_j_p

Registered:
Posts: 2
 #7 
Y como sabes cuando entra la primera segunda y tercera en una cancion ?

Yo ya me se los tonos pero he tenido problemas por que no se cuando cambia de Tono la cancion
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.

Untitled Document
Reyes Accordions reserves the right to delete any posts, or ban any member without notice or warning. Opinions on any subject including products by forum members are strictly the views and opinions of members who participate freely on this forum and not the views or opinions of Reyes Accordions. Since this is a privately owned community, the owner will dictate in which direction it sees fit in managing, moderating, and the advertisement content of this forum.


All images, material and info on this site are
Copyright? 2011 Reyes Accordions All Rights Reserved