Difference between revisions of "Songs Based on Harmonic Minor Scale"

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* [[Hate This & I'll Love You (song)|Hate This & I'll Love You]] (partial)
 
* [[Hate This & I'll Love You (song)|Hate This & I'll Love You]] (partial)
 
* [[Hoodoo (song)| Hoodoo]]
 
* [[Hoodoo (song)| Hoodoo]]
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* [[Micro Cuts (song)|Micro Cuts]]
 
* [[Muscle Museum (song)|Muscle Museum]]
 
* [[Muscle Museum (song)|Muscle Museum]]
 
* [[Space Dementia (song)|Space Dementia]] (partial)
 
* [[Space Dementia (song)|Space Dementia]] (partial)
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* [[Unintended (song)|Unintended]]

Latest revision as of 17:22, 15 November 2018

Like any good composer who follows musical conventions, Matt often uses the harmonic minor scale, which is a minor scale with the 7th degree raised by a half step to create a leading tone that wants to be resolved to the tonic. One of the primary effects of this change--and the dead giveaway to identifying these scales--is that the v chord becomes a V chord (e.g., in the key of Cm, gm becomes G). Let's see how many of these we can find. Feel free to contribute to both the information and the organization.