II-V-I's

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Chris Haigh Lesson time: (6min 46sec)

We saw earlier how a different chord could be built on each degree of the scale. The I chord is a major7; the II chord is a minor7, and the V chord as a seventh. These three chords very often appear together in the same order – what is known as a II-V-I

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Chris Haigh has been a professional fiddle player for 25 years, with experience covering many different genres. He has played in over 75 albums, working with artists including Alison Moyet, Bob Geldof, All About Eve, Michael Ball, David Soul, Oumou Sangari, The Quireboys, Riverdance, Morcheeba, James Galway and Steps.

He has played swing jazz with The Kimbara Brothers, Diz Disley, Le Jazz, The Hot Club of London, and the Quecumbar Allstars. He leads a...  read more

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