I realized after making the whole series

of videos for the second week that, I'm

assuming that you have a kind of a

comfort level with the notation that's used for inversions.

Now some of you may not have that.

And, because of that I want to add in a video

in the very beginning, to kind of explain the notation of inversions.

Now over the next well the rest of the, the weeks, the next five weeks.

I'll be using these terms like, you know,

instead of saying V and first inversion

I'll say V6 or, you know, a

I chord and second inversion is V6-4.

What I wanted to explain like, why that is.

Where do these names come from, in case you're not familiar with it.

And in case it's new to you, I'm giving you a kind

of grounding so that you can understand why these, where these terms come from.

So that you can more easily remember them.

Now, here's a triad and this is a root position triad.