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Root position, first inversion, and second inversion C major chords. Chord roots (all the same) in red.

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Image:Major chord root and inversions.PNG, File:C major triad.mid, en:File:Major_triad_on_C_in_first_inversion.mid, & en:File:Major_triad_on_C_in_second_inversion.mid

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PD-icon.svg This media depicts a chord outside of a specific musical context. Chords consist of an unordered collection of pitches outside of time (no "distinctiveness"), may be used in compositions by multiple composers ("common material"), and may not be readily apparent in compositions. As such, a chord is a musical concept or technique, which is considered too simple to be eligible for copyright protection, or which consists only of technique, with no original creative input.
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Transferred from en.wikipedia to Commons using FtCG. The original description page was here. All following user names refer to en.wikipedia.

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833 × 322 (14,962 bytes) w:en:Hyacinth (talk | contribs) (Created by [[User:Hyacinth|Hyacinth]] ([[User talk:Hyacinth|talk]]) using Sibelius 5. {{GFDL-self|migration=relicen)

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current20:31, 24 January 2012Thumbnail for version as of 20:31, 24 January 2012833 × 322 (15 KB)Stefan2Transferred from en.wikipedia: see original upload log above
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