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Description : Am - G - F- E. This is a bit syncopated so I placed an "A" to defined the 1 at the start.

Description : Soft- busy-sounding groove.

Progression - Cm - Fmsus4.

Description : Progression-
C G/B Am G F C/E Dm7 G

Description : Progression: -
Am F C G

Description : Slightly syncopated 3/4 loop. Progression as follows:-

Em Cmaj7 G Dsus / D

Description : Due to 4Mb restriction it needs some chopping up to make it loop.

Here's why - chord progression: -

F# B F# B - good for loop.

Ending: -

Ebm B E maj7

Description : It has a Gospel kinda chords.

Very basic progression: -

C to F back to C
Down to G
F diatonically to C

Description : Good for intro or break.

Chord progression: -

G x 2

C C G E13b9

Am D G D7#9

Description : Chord progression: -

Cm Dm7b5 G7b9 Cm Dm7b5 Galt.*

* it's an altered chord - technically it's Gmaj7#4#9 but would reach the end of the piece before anyone could read that. For those interested in knowing what's the recipe for it: -

G oct

Description : Chord progression: -

C Am Abmaj7 / Gsus4 G

Simple chords with relatively plenty of space in between. I think it's good for intros or break.

Description : Quite pensive in mood at first. Then assertive in the end. Progression: -

C Dm7/C C / / C7 F / / F-G

Description : Not that jazzy but chords are a bit colorful.

Progression: -

Dmaj7 Bm9 Gmaj7 F#m7 Em7 / -- [ 1, 2, (3-4) ]

Gmaj7 F#m7 A11 A7b9sus4 -- chord on each beat.

Description : Could be used as intro or break in between I7 and IV7.

Easy progression: -

G7 C7 G7 G7 (C)

Description : Very smooth jazzy progression with colourful chords.

Here's the progression: -

Bm9 A13 Gmaj7 F#m7 Em7 A7 Bm7 F#m7#9

At the end of the last bar on the 4th beat, there's a polychord - D major over C major which came to me out of

Description : Funky syncopation on D harmonised scale.

Simple progression: -

Em7 A7

Description : Very peaceful riff much like Eric Satie's intro to GymnopÃÂdies.

The progression switches between Dmaj7 to Gmaj7.

Just a thought: - If you would like this in a different key just contact me.

Description : 12-bar Boogie Woogie in C with the most clichàturn-around ever conceived (V-I)

Description : The title says it all I guess.

It's a 2-chord progression: -

Em9 Dm

Description : Very smooth cool progression: - Bbmaj7 Gm7 Ebmaj7 Bmaj7 Could be used for a soft piece but also good for something which has an underlying fast beat.

Description : Warm slightly twangy on high vel Electric piano. Straight 8ths with 16ths syncopation at the end of each bar. Chord prog as follows: - Dm7 Em7 / Eb9 A7 x2

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