Pop Music Theory


Lessons in Order

1-7 (Intro & Pitch) +
8-18 (Major Scale) +
19-29 (Chord Progressions) -
28: Natural Minor Games
30-34 (Hook Chords) +
35-41 (Written Notes) +
42-50 (Song Chorus) +

Lessons by Topic

Strategy +
Pitches +
Scales +
28: Natural Minor Games
Written Notes +
Chords +
Chord Progressions +
Melody +
Songwriting Steps +
Science +
Games & Tools +
28: Natural Minor Games
Song Examples: Crazy +
Song Examples: Rolling Stone +

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Lesson 28: Natural Minor Games

These games let you practice the natural minor scales.

Before playing these games, you should study Lesson 27: Natural Minor Scale.

This first game gives you a piano keyboard to click:

Click notes 1-8 of the natural minor scale:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
1:



In the next game, you have just the pitch names, no keyboard. This can be a lot harder:

Click notes 1-8 of the
natural minor scale:
1:
C♭ C C♯
B♭ B B♯
A♭ A A♯
G♭ G G♯
F♭ F F♯
E♭ E E♯
D♭ D D♯
C♭ C C♯
B♭ B B♯
A♭ A A♯
G♭ G G♯
F♭ F F♯
E♭ E E♯
D♭ D D♯
C♭ C C♯


Next:
Start learning how to use the natural minor scale in songs, in Lesson 29: Minor Key Triads.




Lessons in Order

1-7 (Intro & Pitch) +
8-18 (Major Scale) +
19-29 (Chord Progressions) -
28: Natural Minor Games
30-34 (Hook Chords) +
35-41 (Written Notes) +
42-50 (Song Chorus) +

Lessons by Topic

Strategy +
Pitches +
Scales +
28: Natural Minor Games
Written Notes +
Chords +
Chord Progressions +
Melody +
Songwriting Steps +
Science +
Games & Tools +
28: Natural Minor Games
Song Examples: Crazy +
Song Examples: Rolling Stone +

Detailed Contents

Get Future Lessons


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