Triads

Major triads occur on which scale degrees of a natural minor scale

Major triads occur on which scale degrees of a natural minor scale

Major chords appear on scale degrees I, IV, and V. Minor chords appear on scale degrees ii, iii, and vi. A diminished chord appears on scale degree vii.

  1. What scale degrees make a major triad?
  2. What are the triads of a minor scale?

What scale degrees make a major triad?

From what we covered in the last segment, triads of the first, fourth, and fifth degrees are major triads, while triads of the second, third, and sixth degrees are minor triads, and this can be applied to any key if you know the major scale of that key. For example in the key of D major: …D: …is the eight.

What are the triads of a minor scale?

Major and minor triads are simple, consonant three-note chords which are the primary harmonic building blocks of tonal music. Triads are formed from scales by picking one note as the root and then counting up the scale (with the root as the first note) to the above-lying third and fifth notes.

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