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G Minor where G=Major?!

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G Minor where G=Major?!

Post by Maki on Sun Jan 25, 2009 8:30 am

Ok this is really weird, whenever I play a Natural G Minor scale, G doesn't at all sound like the minor note, instead, B flat sounds minor and both G and F sound "major." And I'm p\almost completely sure G Minor is B flat and E flat, so is this expected with G Minor, or is it just me, because I'm afraid I might be playing some G Minor songs wrong... Suspect
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Re: G Minor where G=Major?!

Post by pianohama on Sun Jan 25, 2009 1:17 pm

G major is all white keys except the F is sharped
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