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How to play an F#m7 chord on Accordion

    AKA: F#m7, F#min7, F# minor 7th, F# minor seventh

     

    F#m7 Chord on Piano Accordion

     

    F#m7 Accordion chord chart

    F#m7

    Notes:

    F#, A, C#, E

    Intervals:

    R, m3°, 5°, m7°

    Left hand:

    F# + AM (G♭ + B♭♭M)

    Fingering:

    2 + 4 or 4 + 2

     

    Equivalent chord:

    The first inversion of a min7th chord is equivalent to a 6th chord. The minor third of the min7th chord is the root of the 6th chord.

    In this case:

    F#m7 = A6

    (Please note that chord inversions do not work on the Stradella bass system like they do on other instruments or on the accordion keyboard itself. So although these equivalent chords have the exact same notes, they are not interchangeable and should not be intended as inversions of the same chord, at least for what concerns the left hand.)

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