Chord voicing & inversions

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Chords don't always have to be played in "closed" position as we've seen until now. They can be played differently to obtain different sonorities by spreading the voicings around. Similarly, a chord inversion allows you to modify the sound of chord by turning the group of notes in the chord upside down. Downloads for this lesson: Summer Song Work Sheet 2 - great example of voice leading in the bass line in the B section (descending) Downloads for this lesson: Open position chords chart

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