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Question about the Natural minor scale G aeolian mode

Posted by Quintinpenola 
Question about the Natural minor scale G aeolian mode
January 06, 2018 03:06PM
Hello all, I have a song I wrote that has a not one minor chord, yet it feels in a Minor key. Tonic is G so I was thiking it was in G major. Futher anyalsis leads me to belive if I were to score it (not intending to do, its a Rock&roll song) I would have to use the Key signiture of Bb or G minor. The only problem is I never play a G minor chord a play G major in its place. What would you call this? and is there a way in classical theory(I know its rock) to explain the G chord?. The chords are G////A////F////B/// for the verses, C///Bb// for the pre-chorus and G//D//F//C//Eb//Bb//F////. The vocal melody is in G pentatonic and G minor. scales that work over the progression are the same.
Re: Question about the Natural minor scale G aeolian mode
January 06, 2018 10:03PM
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