The harmonic minor scale is a more complicated (sophisticated?) scale than the major scale. This post will show all the relative chords to the harmonic minor scale (in the key of A).
Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about the relationship between chords and scales and why certain chords sound good when played in a particular key.
Turns out, every note in a scale has a relative chord. A relative chord is a chord that sounds good with that note as the root note of a scale. But how do we know which chord this is?