I like chords with 9ths in them the best.
I perform the song 'Norwegian Wood' quite often and I find that a wide E,B,F#,G#,B,E is a great ending.
Great song =) We played it in our Fall Concert.
So is your user icon.
Chords!? OH. MY. GAWD. Chords are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO last century. I'm avant garde myself, oh... like, my god. I prefer noise.
My... GOD. you are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO primative.
Oh... like. my god...!!!111onehundredeleven.
....er... I've got nothin.
You could argue that "noise" is a chord as long as multiple pitches are being produced at the same time.
2006-03-26 01:45 am (UTC)
Post-Wagnerian harmony + cluster chords = Stravinsky = glee!!!!
Or you could like both.
freddy green liked chords,
its harder than it looks
2006-03-26 10:09 am (UTC)
No, leaving out the third is a wonderful staple of almost every kind of music, but having a vast majority of power chords makes a song way to simple for the music alone to be enjoyable for long periods of time. Unles you have an awsome drum beat!
Oh the neapolitan chords. I love 'em! I was reading over one of my friends' shoulders while she was playing "As Long As You're Mine" from Wicked, and I'm like "Hold the phone! That's a V/N to N progression! Awesome!" Yep. It was a good time.
I like mixing triads at random and trying my best to "force" it to work.
I like traditional harmonies.
IV V I, iv V i, IV V i, etc., plus variants (e.g. IV7, IVb7, ii, iio, ii(/)7, ii7, II9, etc.)
i VI VII III <-- one of my favorite chord progressions
VI III VII i <-- as made famous by the infamous Dragostea din Tei (even though it's pretty prevalent anyway)
IV V iii vi
And much more.
I V vi
ii V I
vi iii IV
ii V I
The use of the iii chord in a major key is very interesting.
You went to Nova High School? Did you know Daniel Pedrazez?
In fact I do. How do you know him?
I know him through the Broward Honors Band, and we're both in the Boston Crusaders.
I'm fond of complicated and full-tone chords which sound deeply, sonorously and sincerely.
im quite a beginner at this but i really love a chord progression of a minor chord followed by its diminished counterpart,,,
and i dunno how they do it but i like chords that are not all in one key at all,,,
I've grown fond of diminished major 7th chords.
Im new to chord construction and intervals, intervals are a hard part for me to learn, but mostly i like a good mix of chords, and i like to do random progressions mixing all types of chords.