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English: The most common or standard 12-bar blues progressions variations, in C.(Benward & Saker 2003, 186). Created by Hyacinth (talk) 06:08, 14 July 2011 (UTC) using Sibelius 5.
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PD-icon.svg This media depicts a chord progression outside of a specific musical context. Chord progressions consist of an ordering of chords outside of time or rhythm (no "distinctiveness"), may be used in compositions by multiple composers ("common material"), and may not be readily apparent in compositions. As such, a chord progression 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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