#1
I'm planning on covering the song "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" by Gil Scott-Heron for a band I'm in. Only 1 other person can read music (there's 8 of us) but most everyone has a basic understanding of theory, so I'm planning on writing it out in roman numeral form. The song is in Dm, but there is an Ebmaj7 chord in the song which I believe does not fall in the Dm scale. My question is, how would I write that out in roman numeral form?
#3
Quote by quinny1089
wouldnt just writing out the chord names on a lead sheet be easier?
Not if they're planning on transposing it every gig/jam
#4
bIImaj7 borrowed from the Locrian mode or Phrygian mode
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#5
Quote by John Tutino
bIImaj7 borrowed from the Locrian mode or Phrygian mode
Or as a neapolitan chord with an added seventh?