Triads formed on each of the seven tones of a major or minor scale
The Fifth; Most Stable Chord
The seventh chord, has a very strong pull to the tonic and it's root is the leading tone.
The 3rd up from the tonic;
Subdominant, a 5th below the 5th/ dominant + Dominant
The 3rd down from the tonic; 2 down from the leading town; The Fourth chord.
The 5th down from the tonic;
Major triad; Made when the seventh scale degree is not raised.
Supertonic Seventh Chord
Do in movable do.
A progression in which one or more chords are skipped