vi IV I V Triads in A Major

This track is a good way to practice the Natural Minor scale, as well a rhythm exercise to work on playing in 3/4 time.

This progression can be described as either being in the key of A Major or F# minor. F#m is the relative minor of A Major.

vi IV I V triads in A major chords
vi IV I V triads in A Major Arpeggios

While playing an A Major scale would work well over this progression, it makes sense to think in terms of the F# Natural Minor Scale. If you play an A Major scale, but start and end with F#, you’re playing the F# natural minor scale (also known as the Aeolian Mode).

F# Natural Minor Scale (2 options):
vi IV I triads in A Major F# minor scale

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