#1
as far as i know, stairway to heaven is in A minor, so it should D minor, but D major is played, so, I'm confused
#4
u mean in the breakdown before the solo?
Originally posted by mydadisjewish
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#6
im sorry, i worded kinda retarded, what i meant was if its in a minor, then why is a d major chord played when it should be a d minor chord?
thanks for dealing with my stupidity
#7
A natural minor has no sharps or flats, but A melodic minor has both F and G sharped.

Thus, instead of the triad D-F-A, which is minor, the melodic minor scale creates D-F#-A, which is major.

#8
Yawn, it's F# G# only when ascending.

And the D major chord is a borrowed chord from the A major scale. The song is in the key of A minor, despite the D major chord.
#9
^ Bleh, I never quite understood that whole ascending/descending thing regarding chord progressions.

#10
Quote by jhjps
im sorry, i worded kinda retarded, what i meant was if its in a minor, then why is a d major chord played when it should be a d minor chord?
thanks for dealing with my stupidity



what
look up the key of A minor, you'll find out the notes are the same as the notes in a C major key.

which includes a d major, not a dm
#12
Quote by henza_x
what
look up the key of A minor, you'll find out the notes are the same as the notes in a C major key.

which includes a d major, not a dm


You're thinking of the fact that there's no sharps or flats. In the C major scale, It is Dm.

Quote by yawn
^ No...


Yawn is right.