Triads in Harmonic Minor Scale
This is a continuation of the harmonic minor scale blog The Harmonic Minor Scale
We covered the harmonic minor scale in the key of C harmonic minor.
Let’s cover the triads in the key of A harmonic minor this week.
Learning what the chords are in different scales, is a fun way to come up with cool-sounding chord progressions, with new sounds you otherwise never would have discovered.
The notes of the A harmonic minor scale are: A B C D E F G# A
This scale gives you the following triads:
Am Bdim Caug Dm E F G#dim
Here are the chord shapes.
Transposing this to the key of C, you get:
Cm Ddim Ebaug Fm G Ab Bdim
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