Gospel Progressions: IImin9-V7-Imaj7-IVMaj9-VIIdim7-IIIaug7-VImin9

    Gospel Progressions: IImin9-V7-Imaj7-IVMaj9-VIIdim7-IIIaug7-VImin9

An often used progression in Gospel Progressions,

Used in musics like: “When The Spirit Of The Lord, Fred Hammond”


Gospel Progressions

Anyway, here are meanings behind what’s been added:

min9= do a minor chord with a 9 in this voicing: Dmin9=D-F-A-C-E, Fmin9=F-Ab-C-Eb-G

Maj7: do a major chord with a major 7 in it: CMaj7=C C-E-G-B

Maj9: do a major chord with a 9 in it: Fmaj9= F-A-C-E-G, Amin9: A G-B-C-E

aug7: do an augmented chord: Eaug7= E-Ab-C-D

7: do a major chord with a dominant 7 in it: G7= G F-B-D

dim7: do a diminished 7: Bdim7= B A-D-F

Here’s how you can play it in all 12 keys:

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Let’s hear this progression:


Pro Tips:

Feel entirely free to mix the progressions together, to be totally original and unique in your art.

If you also, mash up the chords, I can guarantee you that the progression you come up with will perfectly make sense !

Let’s talk about scales, if you wanna make some instrumentals !

By my experience,

The best scale was the blues scale in case of making a lead !

If we are in the key of C, the blues scale is:


Mix that up, with any of the progressions that are above and you’ll be satisfied promised. 🙂

So go ahead, make some gospel songs and awesome progressions !

That was all about the pro tips that I’ve got for you guys. Welp, for now.

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