|Keyword||CPC||PCC||Volume||Score||Length of keyword|
|chords and lyrics||1.61||0.8||2327||47|
|chords on piano||1.81||0.5||44||86|
|chords and lyrics for guitar||1.85||0.5||9530||2|
|chords in a minor||1.19||0.2||2337||3|
|chords in c major||0.17||1||4186||13|
|chords in the key of c||1.88||1||5277||76|
|chords in f minor key||1.77||0.7||5139||87|
|chords we are the champions||1.2||0.9||7342||22|
|chords jingle bell rock||1.82||0.7||9583||42|
|chords the weight||1.97||0.7||6093||98|
|chords american pie||1.41||0.4||5210||45|
|chords and tabs guitar||0.82||0.3||3966||61|
|chords nothing else matters||1.6||0.4||6410||78|
|chords knocking on heavens door||1.64||0.3||9103||93|
Chord Basics. Chords are created when several notes of a scale (or mode) are played simultaneously. A triad chord is made up of the 1st, 3rd, and 5th note of the scale or mode. There are seven triad chords that belong to each major and minor key.What are the three chords?
Three-chord song. Typically, the three chords used are the chords on the tonic, subdominant, and dominant ( scale degrees I, IV and V): in the key of C, these would be the C, F and G chords. Sometimes the V7 chord is used instead of V, for greater tension . The I ( tonic ), IV ( subdominant) and V ( dominant) chords ( primary triads)...What are the different chords?
Chords are named according to their root note and the intervals between the notes that make up the chord. Chords of a diatonic major scale fall into four types: major, minor, dominant, and diminished. Chord names also depend on what notes are in them.