Dorian mode is used in pop and jazz and especially in minor key arrangements. Learn to play guitar by chord / tabs using chord diagrams, transpose the key, watch video lessons and much more. Dorian mode chord chart. Mr. Bojangles (c) Chords by Bob Dylan. These are all fairly easy beginner guitar chords that you should already be familiar with. If not, I provided links to lessons on how to play each of these guitar chords within the lesson below. The chart with chords in Dorian mode shows the relationship of all triads in this mode. In the 1st column you can see the key note of the mode and on the same row the other chords that fits together with it. Let's begin by understanding how a bunch of different chords can all belong to one scale. Notice there is only one 13th chord in a key, with seven different names depending on the root of the chord when played. The chord corresponding to the note, B is Bm7b5 (B minor seventh flat five, also called B half diminished). The chords alone won't always tell the full story, for instance, a chord progression containing only the chords F, C and Dmin could belong to the key of F major or C major. Change song chords to a new key! Old Key (optional) Nashville Numbers Ab A A# Bb B C C# Db D D# Eb E F F# Gb G G# Here are 20 chord progressions in the key of C Major.This is going to be great practice for you beginners and help you with some of those tricky chord changes. For example, the first chord is Cmaj7 (C E G B) while the second chord in the key of C is Dm7 (D F A C). So far we have learnt that chords are built by stacking scale intervals in thirds from the root note. The seventh chords in the key of C are Cmaj7, Dmin7, Emin7, Fmaj7, G7, Amin7 and Bm7b5. The chord formula for any Major key is Major - minor - minor - Major - Major - minor - diminished A common way to number these chords is by Roman numerals I - ii - iii - IV - V - vi - vii (Major chords are usually capitalized, minor and diminished chords are lower case) Guitar Chords.