# If E-G-C is first inversion, what is E-C-G?

## What inversion is EGC?

They’re both C major, first inversion, but the voicings differ.

## What chord is EGC?

The C major chord in its first inversion is therefore, E-G-C. You can invert this chord further and play the notes in the order, G-C-E. This is known as the second inversion of the C major chord. G is the lowest note, C is in the middle and E becomes the highest note.

## How many inversions are there?

So, there will be four inversions: root position, 1st inversion, 2nd inversion and 3rd inversion. Below, you can check out the chart which depicts each of the seventh chord inversions (C dominant 7th, or “C7” chord).

While a C major triad in the second inversion can be written as GEC or GCE, a C major seventh in the second inversion can be written as GECB, GEBC, GCEB, GCBE, GBCE, or GBEC.

## What is 1st and 2nd inversion?

🔗 A triad is in “ root position ” when the root is the lowest note, “ first inversion ” when the third of the chord is the lowest note, and “ second inversion ” when the fifth of the chord is the lowest note.

## What is first inversion called?

The first inversion of a chord is the voicing of a triad, seventh chord, or ninth chord in which the third of the chord is the bass note and the root a sixth above it.

## What is an inversion of a chord?

A chord inversion occurs when any note other than the root of a basic chord is played down at the bass. For example, a basic C major chord includes the notes C, E and G. C, the chord note name and root, is placed at the bottom of the chord.

## What is major second inversion?

The second inversion of a chord is the voicing of a triad, seventh chord, or ninth chord in which the fifth of the chord is the bass note. In this inversion, the bass note and the root of the chord are a fourth apart which traditionally qualifies as a dissonance.

## How do you find the inversion of a chord?

Listen for the top and bottom notes
A more reliable approach is to start listening out for which note is at the top (or the bottom) of the chord. For example, if you can hear that the root of the chord is on top, you know it is the first inversion of the chord.

## What is an open fifth chord?

A bare fifth, open fifth or empty fifth is a chord containing only a perfect fifth with no third.

## What piano chord is ACF?

Primary Chords in the Key of F

Chord Name Notes in the chord Three different ways to play
F F A C FAC, ACF, CFA
Bb Bb D F BbDF, DFBb, FBbD
C C E G CEG, EGC, GCE

## What is the II chord called?

the supertonic chord

The triad built on the supertonic note is called the supertonic chord. In Roman numeral analysis, the supertonic chord is typically symbolized by the Roman numeral “ii” in a major key, indicating that the chord is a minor chord (in C: D–F–A).

## What does I IV III mean?

The tattoo consists of the Roman numerals “I IV III” on Shay’s left forearm. They’re written really tiny — you can barely see them in the pic. In Roman numerals, I means one. IV means four. And III means three.

## What is V7 chord?

A dominant seventh chord adds an additional scale degree—the flat seventh (also called a dominant seventh). Because they’re based on the fifth degree of a scale, dominant chords are indicated with the Roman numeral “V” or, in the case of a dominant seventh, with “V7.”

The supertonic triad uses the notes D, F, and A. In music theory, the supertonic chord is symbolized with the Roman numeral II if major or ii if minor. In major keys the supertonic chord is a minor triad; in minor keys it can either be minor or diminished, depending on the type of minor scale used.

## Why is it called supertonic?

The 2nd degree of a scale is called the supertonic. It’s called the super tonic because the word super means ‘above’ in Latin and so you can think of it as being the note ‘above’ the tonic.

## What is the submediant of a?

1. A major scale

Note no. Degree name
1 A is the tonic of the A major scale
2 B is the supertonic of the A major scale
3 C# is the mediant of the A major scale
4 D is the subdominant of the A major scale