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Catholic Worship Podcast Episode 5 - Nashville Numbering

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Uploaded by The Catholic Worship Blog on Oct 11, 2010

In this episode Tom discusses Nashville numbering and its application to worship music. Nashville numbering is a numeric system applied to a song in a particular key. It begins with the 1 note/chord of a key and works its way up to 7 and begins again. Key of G, I-G, ii-Am, iii-Bm, IV-C, V-D, vi-Em, vii-F#dim *n.b. The lower case numbers refers to minor chords. The 7th chord is a diminshed chord.


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