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nicolettox  
13 Oct 2008 07:52 | Quote
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hey, i hope someone can answer this one

which scale would you say this is? i'd say it's A aeolyan (minor), VI DEGREE of Cmaj (no flats nor sharps whatsoever)
HOWEVER:
-in the first couple of meters it seems to resolve in e (was that a stoopid comment?)
- it has a sharped g for Emaj (well, that's not surprising in a tonal system)

forgive my bad english, hope i've made myself understood
thanks
nicolettox  
13 Oct 2008 07:56 | Quote
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shoot i cant insert tab
nicolettox  
13 Oct 2008 08:08 | Quote
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each piece is a meter (3/4 THREE BEATS PER MEASURE)


-------------|
-------------| in the first one, there's a rest
-------------| and the A (0) is an eigth note
-------------|
--------0----|
-------------|


|------------------|
|------------------|
|------------------|
|----2---0---2-----|
|------------------|
|------------------|




|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|----------------------|
|---------0--3---2-----|
|-----2----------------|
|----------------------|




|-------------------------------------------
|-------------------------------------------
|-------------------------------------------
|---3--2--0-------------------------------
|-----------------------2--------------------
|-----------------3--------------------------

nicolettox  
13 Oct 2008 08:09 | Quote
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the chords are s'posed to be amin, dmin, bdim and emaj
GRX40  
13 Oct 2008 12:57 | Quote
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It could be A Harmonic Minor.
EMB5490  
13 Oct 2008 13:40 | Quote
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use the insert tab thingy. its not a aeolian.
Afro_Raven  
13 Oct 2008 18:52 | Quote
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That looks like a fairly solid A natural minor scale to me. As GRX said, the presence of the G# would certainly also suggest A harmonic minor, but these two scales are fairly interchangeable, particularly at cadence points where it's quite common to use the raised 7th to add to the tension. The fact that there is a Bdim chord roots the key quite firmly in Am, and don't worry about the Emaj chord not being part of Am; it's simply been borrowed from the parallel major key of Amaj (the E chord is chord V in Amaj) for greater harmonic possibilities.

Afro
nicolettox  
14 Oct 2008 09:17 | Quote
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thx afro


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