- Compose a chord progression in the key of G.
- Make the progression eight measures long.
- Use one chord in every measure.
- Put the I chord in the first and last measure.
- Fill the other measures with any combination of II—, III—, IV, V, or VI—.
- Use each chord at least once, but remember, only one chord per measure.
- By hand, or using computer notation, notate the chords in treble clef with four measures per line.
- In the bass clef, write a bass line that plays the roots of the chords in this rhythm: half note, eighth note, dotted quarter note.
Extra Credit: Write or sing a melody to go with your progression and record it.
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