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Guitar Chord Progression:

V - Major V in a minor key - Chord

Other Chord progressions

In natural minor the diatonic chord is a v (minor). But as the v (minor) does not have the leading note, we will get the rather weak v-i ending. To get the strognerV-i ending, the minor v is substituted by the major V in harmonic minor and melodic minor.

Recordings with the V Major V in a minor key progression - Annotaded


Books covering the progression -


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Don Mock's Mastering the Dominant Chord
This powerful book and audio lesson will expand your knowledge of not only the familiar "V" dominant 7th, but all of the secondary dominant 7ths that can be found in major and minor keys.
RefNr: AP31949
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