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Dan Evergreen Help: Figuring out chord equivalencies (33) Help: Figuring out chord equivalencies 07 Feb 00


Could somebody help me chart basic chord equivalencies in the keys of a, c, d, e, f, and g? For example, Big Mick gave me the chords in c for Green Fields of France. (Thanks,Mick) They are C, Am, F, Dm, G, G7. What if I want to sing this song in a, d, e, f, and g? How would these C chords translate? (The assumption I am making in asking this is that C, Am, F, Dm, G, and G7 are a fairly useful set or progression of C chords, adequate for playing most folk songs in C. Perhaps those kind enough to respond will suggest a few others to put on the chart.)


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