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Asked by Alexandre Nollet on 2001-01-23
Hi, How do you call a a chord where the third have been diminished ? For example an A whose third (C) has been diminished to B ? Thanks a lot ! Alex
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Answer posted by james on 2005-01-19
its called an A minor chord because to make a minor chord you just need to lower the second note of a triplet by a semitone. this is because you stack a minor 3rd interval on top of a major 3rd interval to get a major chord, a minor chord is a major 3rd interval stacked on a minor 3rd interval, but thats probably getting too technical

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