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bar chord

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  • bar chord — /ˈba kɔd/ (say bah kawd) noun one of the series of chords formed by consistently shortening the strings of a lute or guitar by using the index finger as a bar across the finger board, while using the remaining fingers to form chord configurations …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Bar (music) — Types of bar lines In musical notation, a bar (or measure) is a segment of time defined by a given number of beats of a given duration. Typically, a piece consists of several bars of the same length, and in modern musical notation the number of… …   Wikipedia

  • Barre chord — A barre chord ( E Major shape ), with the index finger used to bar the strings …   Wikipedia

  • barré chord — /ˈbæreɪ kɔd/ (say baray kawd) noun → bar chord. {French barré, from barrer to bar} …   Australian English dictionary

  • Twelve-bar blues — The 12 bar blues is one of the most popular chord progressions in popular music, including the blues. The blues progression has a distinctive form in lyrics and phrase and chord structure and duration. It is, at its most basic, based on the I IV… …   Wikipedia

  • Altered chord — Unaltered chord progression. In music, an altered chord, an example of alteration, is a chord with one or more diatonic notes replaced by, or altered to, a neighboring pitch in the chromatic scale. For example the following progression uses four… …   Wikipedia

  • Sixteen bar blues — The sixteen bar blues can be a variation on an eight bar blues or the more standard twelve bar blues.Any standard eight bar pattern can be viewed as a sixteen bar pattern played at twice the speed with the measures repeated.More commonly, a… …   Wikipedia

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