#1
The chords built from the major scale notes can be notated with Roman numerals. eg for the Cmajor scale:

C - D - E - F - G - A - B we have Imaj7 - ii7 - iii7- IVmaj7 - V7 - vi7 - vii7(b5)

The relative minor: A - B - C - D - E - F - G , but how should we notate it:

i7 - ii7(b5) - IIImaj7 - iv7 - v7 - VImaj7 - VII7

or

vi7 - vii7(b5) - Imaj7 - ii7 - iii7- IVmaj7 - V7 (keeping the major notation)
#4
If you refer to the fact that you are in a minor key, then you do it the first way.

I.e. It's a i7 - ii7(b5) in A minor.
Last edited by MapOfYourHead at May 28, 2010,
#6
Quote by blue_strat
The first way, except I would call them bIIImaj7, bVImaj7 and bVII7.
+10
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Last edited by 20Tigers at May 28, 2010,
#7
Quote by blue_strat
The first way, except I would call them bIIImaj7, bVImaj7 and bVII7.


+11.
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