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chords in the style of Stravinsky


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Prompt to chatGPT:

write a chord progression containing 24 or more sequential chords in the style of The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky

chatGPT said:
The Rite of Spring by Igor Stravinsky is a complex and intricate piece of music that features a variety of chord progressions. While it may be challenging to come up with a chord progression that matches the complexity of Stravinsky’s work, here is an example of a 24-chord progression in a similar style:

| Cmaj7 | Dm7 | F#dim7 | Gmaj7 | A7 | Dm7 | G7 | Cmaj7 |
| Fmaj7 | Bbmaj7 | Eb7 | Abmaj7 | D7 | Gm7 | C7 | Fmaj7 |
| Bb7 | Ebmaj7 | Ab7 | Dbmaj7 | Gb7 | Cbmaj7 | Fm7 | Bbm7 |

This chord progression includes a variety of major and minor chords, as well as some diminished and dominant seventh chords. It also features several key changes, which is a hallmark of Stravinsky’s style. While it may not be an exact match to The Rite of Spring, it should provide a good starting point for creating music in a similar style.

Note - rhythm is an essential part of Igor’s work and its not reflected here. Also I chose to write this as 4 part harmony and chose the registers for each note. Lastly I repeated the Eb7 Abmaj7 (and added the pause as this is heard 3 times) at the end as a tag to get me to the Cmaj7 (repeated) as a perceived tonic

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