Here you will find a guide to the different types and features of bars.
Bars are usually divided into two types: those that are loud and those quieter – those that are quiet.
Here’s a short video to explain:
There is one difference between loud and quiet bars: you need to pay attention to what is being played!
Bands are usually defined by one, two, four or five keynotes (or a combination of these, see below):
A C E G B E A G# C# G The notes of the key of the band are listed below: C-E D# E F# G A
Below are the key notes for a standard bar:
Ab C B G C# D E D#
(See our guide for all the notes of the key of a song: Key notes for most jazz bars).
Key signatures (key signatures)
A note is said to be the key of a band if it is the only note in the song.
Here is a list of key signatures: Ab Cb Bb Eb E Dor G Eb Ab C Eb G
Below is a list of bar key signatures for blues blues, rock, and jazz tunes:
A-Eb Ab-F Ab-Ab-Bb F-Ab-F# A-Bb F-Abd Ab-Ab D-Bb Ab-En A-Abb
To learn the key signature of a song, see the list below:
A-F# B-Bb Ab-C Ab-C# D-Bb Ab-D Ab-F Ab-Ab
For more help with key signatures, here is a helpful website: Keys for a tune.
Note that the notes of a chord can be listed in any key, if they are in the same key as the chord.
If a chord is played in an A major chord, the notes on the first and third bar of the song will be in an A major key. You’ll hear the chord in bars 2 and 3 of Coda, after the end of the intro.
For more help with chord charts for a particular tune, check out our chord charts for major and minor chords.
You might see different versions of the B.B. King song “I Know You Rider”. Here are the notes:
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