#1
Well, it starts on Am, goes to G, Am again, Dm, and then C. I'm just not really used to doing this.. and i need to know which number each one of those chords are in the key..
#2
vi-V-vi-ii-I in c major
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#3
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Well, it starts on Am, goes to G, Am again, Dm, and then C. I'm just not really used to doing this.. and i need to know which number each one of those chords are in the key..

You'd most likely be in A minor, so i, VII, i, iv, III.
#4
^Seems more like C major to me
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Personally, I hear that resolving well to A minor.



I agree. seems like an Am progression. ii - I is not a common cadence.

I would say: i - VII - i - iv - III
#8
^Yes, the ii-I wouldn't really be harmonically strong enough to suggest C major. The harmonic context would certainly help to narrow it down though.

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#9
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vi-V-vi-ii-I in c major


Who starts chord progressions with a vi?... It's in Am anyway.
#10
i was thinking Amin as well. especially since its a 1-7-1-4-3, that makes more sense than the C progression listed.
#11
I agree. seems like an Am progression. ii - I is not a common cadence.

I would say: i - VII - i - iv - III

Just played it through a few times, and it depends on how I play it. I wouldn't say that it is strongly in either key, it's sort of in limbo.

If it's vi V vi ii I in C major:
ii is the relative minor of IV, so ii - I is Predominant - Tonic, so I see it as being pretty similar to a plagal cadence.

If it's i bVII i iv bIII i in A minor:
bIII - i movement is pretty much no movement as they are relative chords, so its a repetition of the Tonic. But because of this, you could say the iv - bIII - i movement still constitutes a plagal cadance, where the Tonic is extended/repeated.

Who starts chord progressions with a vi?...
Why wouldn't you?
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