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Chords for C Scales

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Chimzar  
10 Sep 2005 09:38 | Quote
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Chords for C Scales

Major: C, Dm, Em, F, G, Am, Bdim
Harmonic Minor: Cm, Ddim, D#aug, Fdim, G, G#, Bdim
Melodic Minor (Ascending): Cm, Dm, D#aug, F, G, Adim, Bdim
Melodic Minor (Descending): Cm, Ddim, D#, Fm, Gm, G#, A#
Chromatic: Any Chord :)
Whole Tone: Caug, Daug, Eaug, F#aug, G#aug, A#aug
Pentatonic Major: C, Dsus4, Em(#5)(?), Gsus4, Am
Pentatonic Minor: Cm, D#, Fsus4, Gaugsus4(?), A#sus4
Pentatonic Blues: Cm, D#, Fsus4, F#(b5)(?), Gaugsus4(?), A#sus4
Pentatonic Neutral: Csus4, Dm(#5)(?), Fsus4, Gm, A#
Octatonic (H-W): C, C#dim, D#, Edim, F#, Gdim, A, A#dim
Octatonic (W-H): Cdim, D, D#dim, F, F#dim, G#, Adim, B
Ionian: C, Dm, Em, F, G, Am, Bdim
Dorian: Cm, Dm, D#, F, Gm, Adim, A#
Phrygian: Cm, C#, D#, Fm, Gdim, G#, A#m
Lydian: C, D, Em, F#dim, G, Am, Bm
Lydian Augmented: Caug, D, E, F#dim, G#dim, Am, Bm
Lydian Minor: C, Daug, Edim, F#aug, Gm, G#aug, A#aug
Lydian Diminished: Cm, D, D#dim, F#dim, G, Adim, B
Mixolydian: C, Dm, Edim, F, Gm, Am, A#
Aeolian: Cm, Ddim, D#, Fm, Gm, G#, A#
Locrian: Cdim, C#, D#m, Fm, F#, G#, A#m
Algerian: Cm, Ddim, D#aug, Fm, F#dimsus4(?), G, G#, B
Altered: C, C#m, D#, Edim, F#, Gdim, G#, A#dim
Arabian (a): Cdim, D, D#dim, F, F#dim, G#, Adim, B
Arabian (b): Caug, Ddim, Eaug, Fm, F#aug, G#aug, A#
Augmented: Cdim, D#m(#5)(?), Eaug, F#dimsus4(?), G#, B
Auxiliary Diminished: Cdim, D, D#dim, F, F#dim, G#, Adim, B
Auxiliary Augmented: Caug, Daug, Eaug, F#aug, G#aug, A#aug
Auxiliary Diminished Blues: C, C#dim, D#, Edim, F#, Gdim, A, A#dim
Balinese: Cm, C#sus2, D#6(no5)(?), Gaugsus4(?), G#
Blues: Cm, D#, Fsus2, F#(b5)(?), Gm(#5)(?), A#sus2
Byzantine: C, C#, E, Fm, G(b5)(?), G#aug, Bdimsus4(?)
Chinese: C, Em, F#dimsus4(?), G6(no5)(?), Bsus4
Chinese Mongolian: C, Dsus4, E(#5)(?), Gsus4, Am
Diatonic: C, Dsus4, E(#5)(?), Gsus4, Am
Diminished: Cdim, D, D#dim, F, F#dim, G#, Adim, B
Diminished, Half: C, C#dim, D#, Edim, F#, Gdim, A, A#dim
Diminished, Whole: Cdim, D, D#dim, F, F#dim, G#, Adim, B
Diminished Whole Tone: Cdim, C#m, D#m, Eaug, F#, G#, A#dim
Diminished 7th: C, Dm, Edim, F, Gm, Am, A#
Double Harmonic: C, C#, E, Fm, G(b5)(?), G#aug, Bdimsus4(?)
Egyptian: Csus4, Dm(#5)(?), Fsus4, Gm, A#
Eight Tone Spanish: Cdim, C#, D#m, Eaug, Fm, F#, G#, A#m
Enigmatic: Caug, C#m, E, F#, G#aug, A#dim, Bsus4
Ethiopian (A raray): C, Dm, Em, F, G, Am, Bdim
Ethiopian (Geez & Ezel): Cm, Ddim, D#, Fm, Gm, G#, A#
Half Diminished (Locrian): Cdim, C#, D#m, Fm, F#, G#, A#m
Half Diminished #2 (Locrian #2): Cdim, Ddim, D#m, Fm, F#aug, G#, A#
Hawaiian: Cm, Dm, D#aug, F, G, Adim, Bdim
Hindu: C, Ddim, Edim, Fm, Gm, G#aug, A#
Hindustan: C, Ddim, Edim, Fm, Gm, G#aug, A#
Hirajoshi: Cm, Ddimsus4(?), D#6(no5)(?), Gsus4, G#
Hungarian Major: C, D#, Edim, F#dim, Gm(#5)(?), Am, A#dimsus4(?)
Hungarian Gypsy: Cm, D(b5)(?), D#aug, F#dimsus4(?), G, G#, B
Hungarian Gypsy Persian: C, C#, E, Fm, G(b5)(?), G#aug, Bdimsus4(?)
Hungarian Minor: Cm, D(b5)(?), D#aug, F#dimsus4(?), G, G#, B
Japanese (A): Csus4, C#, Fm, Gdimsus4(?), G#6(no5)(?)
Japanese (B): Csus4, Ddim, Fm, Gsus4, G#(b5)(?)
Japanese (Ichikosucho): C, D, Em, F, F#dim, G, Am, Bm,
Japanese (Taishikicho), C, D, Em, F, F#dim, G, Am, A#, Bm
Javaneese: Cm, C#aug, D#, F, Gdim, Adim, A#m
Jewish (Adonai Malakh): Cm, C#aug, Dm, D#, F, Gm, Adim, A#
Jewish (Ahaba Rabba): C, C#, Edim, Fm, Gdim, G#aug, A#m
Jewish (Magen Abot): Cdim, C#m, D#m, E, F#, G#, A#dim, B
Kumoi: Cm, Dsus4, D#(b5)(?), Gsus4, Adim
Leading Whole Tone: Caug, Daug, E, F#aug, G#aug, A#aug, Bm
Major Locrian: Caug, Ddim, Eaug, Fm, F#aug, G#aug, A#
Mohammedan: Cm, Ddim, D#aug, Fm, G, G#, Bdim
Natural (Pure) Minor: Cm, Ddim, D#, Fm, Gm, G#, A#
Neopolitan: Cm, C#, D#aug, Fm, Gaug, G#, Baug
Neopolitan Major: Cm, C#aug, D#aug, F, Gaug, Adim, Baug
Neopolitan Minor: Cm, C#, D#, Fm, Gdim, G#, A#m
Nine Tone Scale: C, D, D#dim, E, F#dim, G, G#, Am, B
Oriental (a): Caug, C#, Eaug, Fm, F#, G#aug, A#m
Oriental (b): Cm(#5)(?), C#aug, Edimsus4(?), F, F#, A, A#m
Overtone: C, D, Edim, F#dim, Gm, Am, A#aug
Overtone Dominant: C, D, Edim, F#dim, Gm, Am, A#aug
Pelog: Cm, C#sus2, D#6(no5)(?), Gdimsus4(?), G#
Persian: Caug, C#, E, Fm, F#sus4, G#aug, Bsus4
Prometheus: Cm(#5)(?), D, Edimsus4(?), F#aug, Am, A#aug
Prometheus Neopolitan: C(b5)(?), C#m(#5)(?), Edimsus4(?), F#, A, A#dim
Roumanian Minor: Cm, D, D#, F#dim, Gm, Adim, A#aug
Six Tone Symmetrical: Caug, C#, Eaug, F, G#dim, A
Spanish Gypsy: C, C#, Edim, Fm, Gdim, G#aug, A#m
Super Locrian: Cdim, C#m, D#m, Eaug, F#, G#, A#dim

If you have any questions or you would like more chord variations, please post what you need. (? means that it was the best chord I could come up with for that root note) :)
Slash  
10 Sep 2005 09:56 | Quote
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hey cool :D
LedZeppelin  
21 Sep 2005 08:40 | Quote
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Thanks man =)
Lestrade  
7 Nov 2005 18:59 | Quote
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Awesome stuff CHimzar. I love stuff like this. Stolen and filed away on my PC already.

But it does bring a question to mind. I am a theory n00b so bear with me. If say I am using the Hungarian Gypsy progression to write a song, when someone asks the key of the song is it proper to says it's in "C" or is it in "C Hungarian Gypsy." Love to hear some responses.
ninjamaster  
16 Jan 2006 06:38 | Quote
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ok, i know the chromatic scale, but is thare a formula or patern to the other scales? im confused as to the key signatures, scales, and chord progressions. you dont even have to explain it if you know a link! >:)
Chimzar  
16 Jan 2006 08:22 | Quote
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The key signature is always C (no sharps or flats) and the scales came from the guitar scales part of this web site. Where the scales come from themselves can be found in their name for the most part; Hawaiian is Hawaiian. Other scales are named for the types of chords in them; Diminished has a lot of diminished chords in it. Then there are the modes which are derived from old church music which include: Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian and Locrian. Now the chord progressions can be what ever you want. You will find that somethings will work with out pattern and not with another. Also the chords are not set is stone. So, be creative and that all I can tell you.
ninjamaster  
16 Jan 2006 19:09 | Quote
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ok so i take it 99% of guitar music is in the key signature of C. could you look at the post i made saying that im missing something in the title? you can add sliding augs to the note variations that i listed i knew on piano.
Chimzar  
31 May 2006 15:27 | Quote
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bump! So I can find it latter...
Moonlit  
2 Jun 2006 00:02 | Quote
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It is commonly used, since it has no sharps or flats. It is usually easier to understand for begginer musicians.
Chimzar  
23 Jan 2007 17:18 | Quote
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Does anyone have a more creditable source I could check my work on?


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