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Definition for: Relative minor

The relative minor key to any given scale. For example, B is the related minor in the key of D major. It is always the sixth note of a major scale which is the key of the related minor. The related minor has the same flats and sharps as the original major scale. You can switch to the related minor when you're playing in a major key smoothly in terms of tonality.

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