1) Let's start with transformation paths. For each of the following sets of chords, see if you can find the shortest set of transformations that will get you from one to the other:
- G# minor to A major
- Db major to G minor
- F# major to F minor
- C major to F major
- B major to Bb minor
- A minor to E major
2) Second... We broke down the compound transformations starting from a major triad, but what about minor? Try starting from A minor and build a tree like we did in the video. How does it compare to the major tree?
3) Discussion time! What do you think of this method? Does it make sense? Does it seem useful? If so, how would you use it? If not, does it at least seem interesting?
And that's Neo-Riemannian Analysis... For now. See you next week!