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  • larry geetar 2 years ago

    Sorry. The natural or “pure” minor scale is not a “relative” minor scale.
    The relative
    minor scale to A Major is F# Minor. The same notes but played in a
    different order,
    starting on the 6th note of the major scale and playing through to the same
    note one
    octave above. Every major scale has its relative minor scale; A – F#m, G –
    Em,
    C – Am, E – C#m, etc. The third note in a minor scale is flatted, whereas
    the third
    in a major scale is not. That’s what makes a minor versus a major scale.