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I was given a piece of music that mainly had Em, A and B chords playing, the key signature was a single F# meaning G major, or E minor. However i thought the chords in E minor were E minor, F#dim, G major, A minor, B minor, C, D ? What process would make the A minor and B minor both major?
#4
Quote by Hairboi_
I was given a piece of music that mainly had Em, A and B chords playing, the key signature was a single F# meaning G major, or E minor. However i thought the chords in E minor were E minor, F#dim, G major, A minor, B minor, C, D ? What process would make the A minor and B minor both major?

you made a typo, Bminor should be Bmaj.
#6
Quote by R.Christie
you made a typo, Bminor should be Bmaj.


Only in harmonic and melodic minor, in natural minor it's Bm.
#7
Quote by pwrmax
Only in harmonic and melodic minor, in natural minor it's Bm.
Unless you are playing modally aeolian or dorian, the dominant chord will almost always be a major chord or a dominant 7th chord.
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