2 mistakes- At 05:50 I accidentally forgot Dorian, and the big chart has a type on Locrian, the two chord is missing a numeral!
Modal Interchange, Borrowed Chords, and Modal Mixture all refer to the same concept of using parallel modes – modes that all start on the same tonic. In this video we explore writing chord progressions in C Major, then borrowing the chords from C Minor. We also explore other options, such as borrowing from Lydian or Phrygian, and borrowing from other keys when NOT in major.
This topic goes as deep as your knowledge of the modes. If all you know is Major and Minor, you can still get an insane amount of awesome cool chord progressions just by borrowing between them. However, the more modal knowledge you have, the easier it is to keep track of all the chords available to you in a key, and have a quick and easy way to play or write over it.
Here are the videos that I’ve taught to lead up to this course.
Writing chords in Major: https://youtu.be/M8eItITv8QA
Writing chords in Minor: https://youtu.be/j-j4g0ktPGw
Chords of Dorian: https://youtu.be/hyZPcYf1Pe4
Chords of Lydian: https://youtu.be/Ou_Z9ol8r0I
Chords of Phrygian: https://youtu.be/ZnoKgWnMEq8
Chords of Mixolydian: https://youtu.be/vPIebPDBizs
Secondary Dominants: https://youtu.be/py4HaueW50Q
Modal Mixture: https://youtu.be/RyR98UEtt18
And here’s the video on just the borrowed iv chord: https://youtu.be/YEadIDOBpuA
A giant thank you to the following Patrons:
Don Dachenhousen III
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