String Theory - More chord-borrowing options from a parallel minor key

Published on 16 December 2019 by GuitarEuroMedia Category Tag

From Guitar World January 2020
String Theory by Jimmy Brown
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Continuing our look at interesting, effective ways in which songwriters have borrowed a chord from a major key’s parallel minor, such as the often-used “IV – iv – I” (four major, to four minor, to one major) move we looked at last time, Guitar World’s Jimmy Brown references additional examples of this practice from a few songs from well known artists including the Beatles, Boston, and Elton John. These songs beautifully illustrate some less common but equally appealing chord-borrowing options and variations.

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