Chord Progressions in a Minor Key

The Most Common Chord Progressions
May 29, 2014

Chord Progressions in a Minor Key


[lollum_dropcap]T[/lollum_dropcap]he map for Chord Progressions in a Minor Key is almost the same as the one for major keys except for the fact that we add an extra tonic chord, the VII major.

Both dominant chords are “borrowed” from the major key due to their strong tendency to resolve to the one chord.

Notice how it starts on the one chord which can then lead to any other chord from the key.

From there it’s just a matter of finding your way back to the one chord using the many possible routes.

The Minor Key Progression Cheat Sheet


Now You Try

Let go ahead and give it a try. Use these diatonic chords from the key of A minor to write a few chord progressions.

If you come up with something you like why not YouTube it and drop the link in the comments below. I’d love to check it out.