I've started to make an Excel sheet with Chord Substitutions in All Keys. I'd like you to complete the work and suggest some other common substitutions and tips that can be made into a poster. You should also check that the existing work is correct. See the Excel sheet for details.
Here is an example of the II-V-I progression in all keys
You should consider showing substitutions for progressions used in major, minor and harmonic minor or other similar scales used in jazz.
Here is what I have so far:
Original I-IV-V Progression ∆ Scale
I-IV-V C F G7 C# F# G#7 D G A7 Eb Ab Bb7 E A B7 F Bb C7 F# B C7 G C D7 Ab Db Eb7 A D E7 Bb Eb F7 B E F#7 Major
i–iv–v Cm Fm Gm C#m F#m G#m Dm Gm Am Ebm Abm Bbm Em Am Bm Fm Bbm Cm F#m Bm C#m Gm Cm Dm Abm Dbm Ebm Am Dm Em Bbm Ebm Fm Bm Em F#m Minor
ii replaces IV - in a Major Key: ii-V-I: IIm7-V7-Imaj7, in a Minor Key: iiØ-v-i : IIm7b5 V7 Im7 (v with b9 or #9) From the ii chord to the V7 chord is a P4 and the V7 to the I is also a P4.
ii-V-I Dm7 G7 C∆7 Ebm7 Ab7 Db∆7 Em7 A7 D∆7 Fm7 Bb7 Eb∆7 F#m7 B7 E∆7 Gm7 C7 F∆7 Abm7 Db7 Gb∆7 Am7 D7 G∆7 Bbm7 Eb7 Ab∆7 Bm7 E7 A∆7 Cm7 F7 Bb∆7 C#m7 F#7 B∆7 Major
iiØ-v-i DØ G7b9 Cm EbØ Ab7b9 Dbm7 EØ A7b9 Dm7 FØ Bb7b9 Ebm7 F#Ø B7b9 Em7 GØ C7b9 Fm7 AbØ Db7b9 Gbm7 AØ D7b9 Gm7 BbØ Eb7b9 Abm7 BØ E7b9 Am7 CØ F7b9 Bbm7 C#Ø F#7b9 Bm7 Harmonic Minor
Secondary Dominants for M (add a b7) and m (raising the 3rd) chords - V/V, V/IV, V/ii etc, but not dim or aug chords (eg no V/ii°, V/vii°).
Tritone Substitution /Flat 5 Substitution (b5 inverts to b5, 3rd inverts to 7th, and 7th inverts to 3rd)
Tritone Subs with Secondary Dominants
Diminished Substitutions Find Your Key with this Rule of Thumb
I bIII bV VI A dominant seventh chord means you’re in the major key one step counterclockwise on the circle of fifths.
C7b9 Eb7b9 F♯7b9 A7b9 A dominant seventh chord with alterations (b9, #9 and b13) means you’re in the minor key one step counterclockwise on the circle of fifths.
Median Substitution - III/iii replaces I, or VI/vi replaces I
Backdoor ii V: (iv7-bVII7-I)
Fm7 Bb7 Cmaj7
bVI of the Dominant
Melodic Minor Substitution for Dominant Seventh Chords The MM has two tritones, between its IV and VIII notes, and between III and VI
December 28, 2017
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