Here are some great pieces of work from the 2013 class..
Some great work here, a wide range of style and evidence of careful and detailed music technology integration…enjoy!
This composition was awarded 24 marks
This composition was awarded 25 marks
This composition was awarded 28 marks
This composition was awarded 32 marks
Here is an overview of what seventh chords are, how they are named and created. This is of particular use for those looking at extending their harmonic palette in relation to the Task 3c composition. You are expected at A2 level to be using harmony that is more advanced than basic triads, power chords and purely diatonic sequences..
Once you have tried playing through some of these options, the next thing to consider is chord voicing: the order the notes are played in. This makes a huge difference to the way the chord “feels” when played in a real setting. The next post will cover some ideas for chord voicing for seventh chords on guitar and keyboard.