Songs & Basslines - Music theory for bassists #03 (the diatonic triads of the C major scale)

The song "A Whiter Shade Of Pale" by Procol Harum is a wonderful example for the relationship between a major scale and it's diatonic chords. While the bassline is moving stepwise up and down through the C major scale the organ and guitar play almost all of the diatonic chords of the C major scale:


Songs & Basslines - Music theory for bassists #02 (the major scale, part 2)

Here's the second installment of the "Songs & Basslines" series.
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