Relative Minor Chords

by Malgiya
(Chennai)

How are relative minor chords made?


ANSWER

Hi, Malgiya--

The relative minor chord is based on the 6th note in the major scale. For example, in the key of "G" major, the sixth note in the major scale is "E", so the relative minor chord is "E" minor.

For a thorough explanation of relative minor chords and the other chords in each key, please visit:

Music Chord Progressions

Best Wishes,
Lynne
May Music Studio

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