Edelweiss by Rodgers and Hammerstein Chords and Melody

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Chord And Melody Metrics For Edelweiss

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Chord Complexity

52

Melodic Complexity

53

Chord-Melody Tension

13

Chord Progression Novelty

61

Chord Bass Melody

94

In terms of chords and melody, Edelweiss is more complex than the typical song, having above average scores in Chord Complexity, Melodic Complexity, Chord Progression Novelty and Chord-Bass Melody.

About The Key Of A♭ Major

Edelweiss is written in the key of A♭ Major. According to the Theorytab database, it is the least popular key among Major keys and the 22nd most popular among all keys. Major keys, along with minor keys, are a common choice for popular songs. The three most important chords, built off the 1st, 4th and 5th scale degrees are all major chords (A♭ Major, D♭ Major, and E♭ Major). See the A♭ Major Cheat Sheet for popular chords, chord progressions, downloadable midi files and more!

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