#4
^ Eminor but it switches between E phrygian and minor really.... lots of chromatics and passing tones.
#5
Quote by z4twenny
^ Eminor but it switches between E phrygian and minor really.... lots of chromatics and passing tones.
Ahh, but E Phrygian is still the key of E minor, just not the natural minor scale
#6
I believe it's E Minor. And like the guys have said, it has a bit of E Phyrigian mixed in.
#7
Quote by bangoodcharlote
Ahh, but E Phrygian is still the key of E minor, just not the natural minor scale


i know, just felt like elaborating for the threadstarter a little, don't know how much he knows so i didn't want him to get confused.