Scarborough Fair chord analysis

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thienng
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Scarborough Fair chord analysis

Post by thienng » Wed Apr 02, 2014 1:17 pm

Hi
I am practising the Scarborough Fair arranged by Mr Delcamp( in section D04). Thank you very much Mr Delcamp for a wonderful arrangement. I have a few questions about the chords
Measure 5 following notes A,B,C,E belonged to which chord? I understand that Asus2 only contains A,B,E ( as C is replaced by B).So could it be A add 2?
Measure 10 similarly contains A,B,C,G belonged to which chord?

Thanks for your help

Tim

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