#1
tell me some chords that sound similar to Cm/G, Bbm/Db ,Bbm, Cm/Eb, F7sus, F, and Eb6/F
#3
The "sound" of a chord is almost entirely governed by context. What are you doing with them?
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#4
Its "Someday" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The chorus teacher at my school wants me to play it while they sing
#5
Quote by Bigfoot94
Its "Someday" from The Hunchback of Notre Dame. The chorus teacher at my school wants me to play it while they sing


So just play the chords from the song. Adding extensions could easily clutter up the song and clash with the vocalists.
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#6
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What he said. If you have a bunch of people singing something, there's no need to go adding chord extensions. Keep it simple. Remember that this isn't a guitar piece - it's a vocal piece.
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