[Harp-L] Round Midnight questions
- To: Wim Dijkgraaf <w.dijkgraaf@xxxxxx>, harp-l <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [Harp-L] Round Midnight questions
- From: michael rubin <michaelrubinharmonica@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2011 14:52:14 -0600
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1.On bar 1 the Real book Volume 1 shows "Eb-/D /Db"
Am I correct in assuming this is an Eb minor chord with a seventh, D,
in the bass for the first two beats and a flat seventh, Db for the
next two beats?
2.In bar 6 there is a chord that says Ab7b5. Am I correct that this
is not an Abm7b5 chord? Is this is a new type chord (to me), 1, 3,
5b, 7b? Ab C D Gb?
3. In the 7th bar of the B section, or bar 23, there are two chords,
Db9 and Cb9. This is not a D and a C a chord with a flat 9th on top,
these are standard ninth chords with Db and Cb as their roots?
4. If the Cb9 chord in bar 23 really signifies a B9 chord, why did
they write it a Cb9, especially considering there are other chords
with a B root in the song?
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