Notes in Major Key:

    Chords in Major Key:

    The 1, 4, 5 chord have the same major tone quality. The rest are minor except for the 7th.

    Notes in Major Triad:

      These notes comprise a major chord.

      Notes in Major Pentatonic:

        No 4th or 7th note.

        Notes in the Natural Minor Key:

          Compared to major scale: the 3rd, 6th, and 7th notes are flattened.

          Chords in Minor Scale

            Same as the major scale starting in the 6th position. Compare A minor to C major.

            The 1, 4, 5 chord have the same minor tone quality. The rest are major except for the 2nd.

            Notes in Minor Triad:

              These notes compose a minor chord

              Compared to major triad: the 3rd is flattened

              Notes in Minor Pentatonic:

                Compared to major pentatonic: the 3rd is flatted, a flattened 7th is added, and the 2nd is removed.

                Notes in the Harmonic Minor Key:

                  Like the natural minor scale: the 3rd and 6th notes are flatted, but the 7th note is not flattened.