Instant Transposer: Cadd9

I just purchased the new Instant Transposer from http://www.hearandplay.com
I wanted to share with you all that it does. Oh my, where do I begin?!
I have been practicing on my own for many years now to see if I can play songs in other keys.
I must confess, some keys are easier for me to play than others.
I wanted to show you what a Cadd9 chord looks like. 
I am playing the root, third, fifth of the chord and adding the 9.
I want to show you what it looks like in other keys.

Absolute
C
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
C
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
Db
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
D
DbEbF#AbBbC#EbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
Eb
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
E
DbEbF#G#BbC#D#GbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
F
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
Gb
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
G
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbF#AbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
Ab
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
A
DbEbGbAbBbC#EbF#G#Bb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
Bb
DbEbGbAbBbDbEbGbAbBb
CDEFGABCDEFGAB
Absolute
B
DbEbGbAbBbC#D#F#G#A#
CDEFGABCDEFGAB

I sincerely hope these chords will help you on you're way!

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Best,






"The beautiful thing about learning is that no one can take it away from you." B.B.King
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Music Phrases: Shine On by MercyMe


Smooth as Glass!


Musicians often disagree about where phrases start and finish. This is because there is often more than one possible INTERPRETATION. When you play music, try to hear which notes belong together. Phrases may be the same length, or start on the same beat of a measure. Songs may have a phrase for each line of the words.
  • IDENTIFYING PHRASES: Musicians often disagree about where phrases start and finish. This is because there is often more than one possible INTERPRETATION. When you play music, try to hear which notes belong together. Phrases may be the same length, or start on the same beat of a measure. Songs may have a phrase for each line of words.
  • ANSWERING PHRASES: In some music, pairs of phrases of the same length sometimes seem to match each other. The first phrase seems to ask a question, and the second phrase to answer it. (Does this sound like a pattern for the Blues?) For example, the second phrase may seem to answer the first by ending on the tonic when the first phrase did not.
  • RHYTHM PATTERNS: Phrases often have a strong rhythm structure. A pattern may be repeated or varied within a phrase, between phrases, or even throughout a whole piece.
  • MELODIC PATTERNS: Phrases often contain patterns of notes that are repeated exactly, or changed by transposing them to a different pitch or varying the intervals.
  • SHOWING PHRASES: Composers usually do not show phrases in their music. Instead, they show how to play notes within phrases, using signs such as SLURS and STACCATOS. It is up to each player to decide how to phrase the music. Signs such as BREATH MARKS or BOWING can help do this.
  • PHRASES THAT MODULATE: Sometimes a phrase may end in a different key from the one it began in, such as the relative minor or major key. This is called MODULATION. For a tune to modulate clearly, it has to use a note that is in the scale of the new key but not in the scale of the original key. The end result is very professional!
  • Each artist has the unique gift of using dynamics in the song they are performing. What an incredible gift we have to color in the lines, to add our interpretation of musical phrases and give our audience a music idea to listen to. (Phrases that are smooth as glass or as crunchy as peanut brittle!)


Shine On


by MercyMe



C  F  C  F
 
Am                                                   Dm
If we're to be the light that shines for all of man
         C                                  G        Dm
Then how can we light the way if we don't go to them
F                                                        G
I believe to know God's heart is to meet them where they are


                  C
Won't you shine on?
                   F
Won't you shine on?
                 Dm
You can shine on
         F
Shine on


Am                                                    Dm
In all that's said and done in everything you do
       C                          G                   Dm
Just let your life glorify the one who shines on you
F                                                      G
I believe we worship Christ when we show the world his light


                   C
Won't you shine on?
                   F
Won't you shine on?
                 Dm
You can shine on
         F
Shine on


Dm  G               Dm  G                  Dm  F  G
           Shine On             Shine On


                  C
Won't you shine on?
                   F
Won't you shine on?
                 Dm
You can shine on
         F
Shine on   (Repeat and fade) 
 
So, here's what I'm playing! 
 
Intro: C Fmaj7 C Fmaj7


Verse 1:


Am2
If were to be the light
              Dm
That shine for all of man
C                        G                        Dm7 C/D Dm7 C2/E
Then how can we light the way, if we don't go to them
F                                                          Fmaj7
I believe to know GOD's heart, Is to meet them where they are.

Chorus:

Csus C C2(no3)
Won't you shine on
Fmaj  F6  Fmaj7  
Won't you shine on
Dm   C/D C/E
You can shine on
Fmaj7 F6 Fmaj7 F6 Fmaj7 
Shine on


Chord Breakdown:
 
C= C/GCE
 
Fmaj7= F/ACE
 
Am2 = A/ABCE
 
G = G/GDB
 
Dm7 = D/ACF
 
C/D = D/GE
 
C2/E = E/GCD
 
F6 = F/ACD 
 
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