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How Were the Maps Developed?
  While studying music theory in college. I was introduced to ideas pertaining to chords and chord flow. After leaving college, I was teaching piano to young students for a while. Searching for ways to make chord flow accessible to young minds, I began drawing diagrams that would allow a child to create strong progressions. It seemed best to put each chord at a visual location with arrows to direct the flow. I experimented with different variations before choosing what I now call the Simple Map. Years later, I added the secondary chords that make the Big Map look the way it does. A few adjustments were made to create the Generic Map.
  I hope these pages, charts, and maps will help you understand chords and how they flow together. Enjoy writing music. Love and peace to all.
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ーMusic Theory for Songwriters by Joel Mugglin―
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  Part One - Scales, Note Numbers, Roman Numerals咄竣咄憲方忖袋瀧會催
    Concept #1 - Music as a Language
    Concept #2 - The Major Scale┫鶺咄竣
    Concept #3 - Roman Numerals袋瀧會催
    Review of Part One
  Part Two I, IV, and V Chords, Keys, Chords in D
    Concept #4 - Getting Started
    So What Does That Mean?
    Another Intersection
    Review of Part Two
  Part Three ii, iii, and vi Chords, The Simple Map
    Concept #5 - ii, iii, and vi
    Concept #6 - The Simple Map
    Concept #7 - Using the Simple Map
    An Observation
    Remember the Map¨s Purpose
    Review of Part Three
  Part Four Chord Variations, Complex Chords
    Concept #8 - Keeping Things Interesting
    1 - Chord Inversions
    2 - Slash Chords
    3 - Chord Variations
    4 - Seventh Chords
    5 - Altered Chords
    6 - Chord Substitutions
    7 - Secondary Chords
    Review of Part Four
  Part Five Secondary Chords and the Big Map
    Concept #9 - Chords from Other Keys
    Some Things to Think About
    Some Things to Notice
    Review of Part Five
  Chord Charts and Maps
    Scale Diagrams for the Twelve Major Keys
    Chords With The Name C
    More Chords With The Name C
    Chords With The Name Db
    More Chords With The Name Db
    Chords With The Name D
    More Chords With The Name D
    Chords With The Name Eb
    More Chords With The Name Eb
    Chords With The Name E
    More Chords With The Name E
    Chords With The Name F
    More Chords With The Name F
    Chords With The Name Gb
    More Chords With The Name Gb
    Chords With The Name G
    More Chords With The Name G
    Chords With The Name Ab
    More Chords With The Name Ab
    Chords With The Name A
    More Chords With The Name A
    Chords With The Name Bb
    More Chords With The Name Bb
    Chords With The Name B
    More Chords With The Name B
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ーMusic Theory for Songwriters by Joel Mugglin―


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