Progressions of Six

What is necessary to play this progression in any specific tonality is to know which are the fourth and fifth notes of the tonality. In the previous example, the tonality of D Major has as its fourth note G and the fifth is A. If we were to follow the progression example given above, then we would make use of G major as the fifth and A7 as the fourth.

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