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A More Efficient Way To Play Pachebell's Cannon In D #1 - Piano

Play these 8 chords as blocked. The fingers are for right hand only.

D - A - b - f# - G - D - G - A (upper-case letters are Major chords, lower-case are Minor chords)

also written as:

I - V - vi - iii - IV - I - IV - V

Now you could improvise with Pachebell’s Cannon in D for 8 hours a day a year, but if your playing them all in natural position would be a lot of jumping. Instead, let’s try to condense the movements so we can focus our energy more on the melody and less on the chord position movements.

Now let’s define our starting position as this is crucial to keeping things efficient.

We need to go from I to V.

Let’s start on the I chord in the key of D:

Dmaj chord in Natural Position ( D - F# - A - D)

dmaj.JPG

Now we want to go to V with:

Amaj chord (V) in First Inversion ( C# - E - A - C#)

amaj.JPG

Now we want to go to vi:

1) bmin chord in First Inversion (B - D - F# - B)

b minor.JPG

At this point, the chord changes we have done are D - A - b or I - V - vi. Let’s continue.

Building off this, my mind instantly comes to:

F# minor chord (iii) in First Inversion (A - C# - F# - A)

f#minor.JPG

Then we go to:

G major chord (IV) in Natural Position (G - B - D - G)

gmajor.JPG

To:

1) D major chord (I) in First Inversion ( F# - A - D - F#)

dmajor.JPG

To:

G major chord (IV) in Natural Position (G - B - D - G)

gmajor.JPG

To:

Amaj chord (V) in Natural Position ( A - C# - E - A)

amjor.JPG

Then back home:

Dmaj chord in First Inversion ( A - D - F# - A)

you can go back to A maj here and restart a loop.

you can go back to A maj here and restart a loop.


In the future I may explore different routes to see if I can play this progression in an even more efficient manor.









The motion for these chord changes will look and feel like a Nike swoosh logo

D - A - b - f# - G - D - G - A or I - V - vi - iii - IV - I - IV - V

What if we tried to turn this motion more into an infinity sign motion?

What if we tried to turn this motion more into an infinity sign motion?




How Learning Chord Inversions Made The Circle of 5ths Make Sense.

I have played piano for about two years or so, and one of my epiphanies was when I began learning chord inversions after natural position chords were muscle memory. With the help of my scale book and some exploration, I found that if you went around the circle clockwise, you could get from C major to C major in order of playing Natural Position C major, then 1st inversion of the 5th above it (G), then 2nd inversion 5th above that (D), and landing onto a natural position chord (A). If this would make it so if you followed this formula, you would start and end exactly where we were sonically but simply moving in a Natural-1st-2nd-Natural inversion pattern.

Eventually I did this so often I could then go counter-clockwise around the circle. C major Natural Position <- F major 2nd Inversion <- Bb major 1st Inversion <- Eb major natural position.

The most important thing about this to me is it makes the circle of 5th makes sonical sense. By that I mean it sounds like playing a scale, but it's not a scale technically.

If you played these simple chords in the order I describe in a musical way with emphasis on the 1st beat of the three, it sounds magical.

C major Natural Position

G Major 1st inversion

D Major 2nd inversion

A Major Natural Position

E Major 1st inversion

B Major 2nd inversion

F# Major Natural Position

C# Major 1st inversion

Ab Major 2nd inversion

Eb Major Natural Position

Bb Major 1st inversion

F Major 2nd inversion

C Major Natural Position

Why A.I. Robots Should Govern Humans

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OKAY. We are human, we make mistakes. If only we had a non-human machine that would make less mistakes doing the same job. Oh, hello 2019. Should robots have positions of authority? Yes. I want to see robot police and robot judges. Code them with common sense moral algorithms that promote the prosperity of human life. These machines will make me personally feel a lot safer knowing that the machine operates on morals rather than an ideology.