#1
Hey, i was looking up the chord progression for La Folia (great piece look it up on youtube if you have never heard it) so i can get the feel of it on my guitar

In the key of D minor one of the chords is dmA7, and im just curious, how do i play that?

And incase you liked the piece
/DM___ /A7___ /DM___ /C___ /F___ /C___ /DM___ /A7___ /
/DM___ /A7___ /DM___ /C___ /F___ /C___ /dm A7__/DM___ /

is the chord progression
#2
There is no such thing as dmA7, though I'm not sure what is meant to be played there.
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#3
this might be a stupid suggestion on my part but maybe DmA7 is a typo and there is supposed to be a space there

meaning Dm and A7
#4
maybe he means diminished A7?

in that case it would be 1,b3,b5,b7

am i right? :p

if affirmative, a chord would be:


e:---
B:-1-
G:-0-
D:-1-
A:-0-
E:---
#5
this might be a stupid suggestion on my part but maybe DmA7 is a typo and there is supposed to be a space there

meaning Dm and A7
That would be my guess as well.
My name is Andy
Quote by MudMartin
Only looking at music as math and theory, is like only looking at the love of your life as flesh and bone.

Swinging to the rhythm of the New World Order,
Counting bodies like sheep to the rhythm of the war drums
#6
Does it not mean half a bar of Dm followed by half a bar of A7?

Edit; I'm pretty sure it does because it's required for the perfect cadence