(6.8)  C Harmonic Minor Chords

The Harmonic Minor scale is similar to the Melodic Minor, but is one note different again.

The C Harmonic Minor scale for example, has the extra change of the A being replaced by A.   It is now two notes distant from the C Major scale.

If we work out the related chords of the C Harmonic Minor scale as before, you will see that the related chords are becoming quite different to those of C Major.

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