4-Note Quartal Harmony Chords.
This is a continuation of last week’s blog Quartal Harmony.
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Taking the information from last week’s blog a bit further, we’ll add a 4th note to last week’s 3-note quartal harmony chords.
Stacking another 4th interval, we get following note combinations:
- C F B E
- D G C F
- E A D G
- F B E A
- G C F B
- A D G C
- B E A D
Looking at the formulas for each of these chords, they all have a root, a 4th, and some type of 7th (major 7th or minor 7th)
That makes all these chords sus chords.
The names of these above chords are:
- C F B = Cmaj7(11)
- D G C = Dm11
- E A D = Em11
- F B E = Fmaj7#11 (no sus4 here because F to B is not a perfect 4th but a tritone)
- G C F = G7(11)
- A D G = Am11
- B E A = Bm11
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