Finding/Creating a Canonical Post

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  1. Subject header
  2. Link to canonical post
  3. List of duplicate posts
  4. List of related posts


# bVII chords used in "backdoor progression"

* **Link to outstanding, well-researched post on the subject**

### Duplicates
* Link to duplicate #1
* Link to duplicate #2
* Etc.

### Closely related
* Link to related post #1
* Link to related post #2
* Etc.

See Also

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See "Duplicates", above

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