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8/8/2004 10:22 AM
 
ok, well i have struggled with this for awhile i get the whole concept and i know all my major and minor scales but i don't understand how to do key changes from minor to major(EX1. f#m,d,f,a) this is in the key of C?i know that the relative major for F#m is A. does that even matter in this. how would you put EX1. in the key of say G? well i hope you van help God bless thanks

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8/8/2004 6:04 PM
 
sorry i ment F#m,G,C,A for example1

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8/12/2004 11:52 AM
 
Your question is a little complex but I'll try to simplify as much as possible. F#mi/G/C/A/ would be considered the key of Dma. Most of the chords in the progression are found in the key of D which has two sharps, F# and C#. Play through the progression and when you get to the end of it finish with a Dma chord and you'll see that it ends perfectly on D, it sounds like 'home'. The C chord is the complex part because it's not in Dma it is in Dmi. This is called 'Modal Interchange', which means you borrow a chord from the Parallel Minor. When you play through the progression try using a Dma scale and then when it gets to the C chord play D blues scale or Dmi and you'll get good results.   Play hard.    Jon
 
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