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V/V/V/V/V → V/V/V/V → V/V/V → V/V → I

Notice that the last two Chords are equivalent to an Authentic Cadence.

Another way of thinking of this Chord Progression is: VII → III → VI → II → V → I

In a Major Key, II, III, and VI would normally be minor Chords and VII would normally be a diminished Chord. However, if we think of this Progression as just turning all of these Chords into Major Chords instead, then it becomes easy to remember.



Key of C Major:
B [B-D♯-F♯] → E [E-G♯-B] → A [A-C♯-E] → D [D-F♯-A] → G [G-B-D] → C [C-E-G]



Key of G Major:
F♯ [F♯-A♯-C♯] → B [B-D♯-F♯] → E [E-G♯-B] → A [A-C♯-E] → D [D-F♯-A] → G [G-B-D]

Key of D Major:
C♯ [C♯-E♯-G♯] → F♯ [F♯-A♯-C♯] → B [B-D♯-F♯] → E [E-G♯-B] → A [A-C♯-E] → D [D-F♯-A]

Key of A Major:
G♯ [G♯-B♯-D♯] → C♯ [C♯-E♯-G♯] → F♯ [F♯-A♯-C♯] → B [B-D♯-F♯] → E [E-G♯-B] → A [A-C♯-E]

Key of E Major:
E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → G♯ [G♯-B♯-D♯] → C♯ [C♯-E♯-G♯] → F♯ [F♯-A♯-C♯] → B [B-D♯-F♯] → E [E-G♯-B]

Key of B Major:
B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → G♯ [G♯-B♯-D♯] → C♯ [C♯-E♯-G♯] → F♯ [F♯-A♯-C♯] → B [B-D♯-F♯]

Key of F♯ Major:
F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → G♯ [G♯-B♯-D♯] → C♯ [C♯-E♯-G♯] → F♯ [F♯-A♯-C♯]

Key of C♯ Major:
C [C-E-G] → F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → G♯ [G♯-B♯-D♯] → C♯ [C♯-E♯-G♯]



Key of F Major:
E [E-G♯-B] → A [A-C♯-E] → D [D-F♯-A] → G [G-B-D] → C [C-E-G] → F [F-A-C]

Key of B♭ Major:
A [A-C♯-E] → D [D-F♯-A] → G [G-B-D] → C [C-E-G] → F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F]

Key of E♭ Major:
D [D-F♯-A] → G [G-B-D] → C [C-E-G] → F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭]

Key of A♭ Major:
G [G-B-D] → C [C-E-G] → F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → A♭ [A♭-C-E♭]

Key of D♭ Major:
C [C-E-G] → F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → A♭ [A♭-C-E♭] → D♭ [D♭-F-A♭]

Key of G♭ Major:
F [F-A-C] → B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → A♭ [A♭-C-E♭] → D♭ [D♭-F-A♭] → G♭ [G♭-B♭-D♭]

Key of C♭ Major:
B♭ [B♭-D-F] → E♭ [E♭-G-B♭] → A♭ [A♭-C-E♭] → D♭ [D♭-F-A♭] → G♭ [G♭-B♭-D♭] → C♭ [C♭-E♭-G♭]