#1
I'm trying to fit a particular piece of music I wrote into a key, problem is, it's not working. It's possible for me to 'borrow' chords or notes from other keys correct. Lets say I'm using the key of B major, what other keys would I be able to borrow from?
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Last edited by guitarlord28 at Aug 12, 2010,
#2
its relative minor and u can use v of v and v of ii or iii as long as you resolve to the one in key
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#4
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its relative minor and u can use v of v and v of ii or iii as long as you resolve to the one in key

You can't "borrow" chords from the relative minor, mainly because they're the same chords therefore by definition are already in the key in the first place!
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#5
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You can borrow from any key. Don't let theory restrict you.


You do realize that borrowing from any key IS using theory, thus your argument is moot right?
#6
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You do realize that borrowing from any key IS using theory, thus your argument is moot right?

I think think that's what he meant. Theory isn't rules for writing music, it's an explanation of why good music sounds good. Don't think of key signatures as rules ... think of them as guidelines.