Anyone know what key this chord progression is in?
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Old 14-05-2012, 11:08 PM   #1
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Anyone know what key this chord progression is in?

The chords are: A D F / Asharp D F / G Asharp D, A D F (again) and Asharp D F ( again)


Anyone know?

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Old 14-05-2012, 11:36 PM   #2
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Re: Anyone know what key this chord progression is in?

So you mean D minor in first inversion, A# major, Gminor, etc.? I would say G natural minor.
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Re: Anyone know what key this chord progression is in?

I would say this would have to be in D minor If you consider D min. to be I (one), A# major to be VI (6), and G min. to be iv (4). You could also similarly look at it from an F major POV and say that D min is vi, A# major is IV, and G min is ii. Either way, they are the same chords.

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Re: Anyone know what key this chord progression is in?

It's D minor. And since it's in Dmin/FMaj, you're supposed to call the A# a Bb, as the Dmin/FMaj scale is the only natural tonic scale with a flat... You can't have two of the same note letter in a scale(A & A#)

but yeah, it's in D Minor / F Major.

Edit: all three of the chords you're using are, Dm, Bb, Gm. The other two are repeats of Dm & Bb... Like you said, "again"
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Re: Anyone know what key this chord progression is in?

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It's D minor. And since it's in Dmin/FMaj, you're supposed to call the A# a Bb, as the Dmin/FMaj scale is the only natural tonic scale with a flat... You can't have two of the same note letter in a scale(A & A#)
yup. That's correct. the scale for Dmin/F maj is D, E, F, G, A, Bb, and C.

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