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Asked by Dont Email Me on 2002-09-15
Okay either music theory from the past million years is wrong or you are wrong.. the second example showing scale degrees 1,3,5 from the B Major scale would indeed be a B Major chord.. if the notes were B D# F# like it says.. but the are not.. the notes in the diagram which follow your theory explained in this lesson are E, G, B which looks like it could be in the Key of E but most certainly is not in the key of Bmaj you might want to clarify that when you are teaching a theory; dont say you can also play it like this: when they arent the same thing!
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