Major and Minor keys are different keys.
Major keys often have a relative minor which mean that they
share the same key signature.
Majors tend to have the happier sound, where as minors are sad
Do you mean major or minor?
If you major in music, there would be no reason to minor in music. It just makes no sense.
A relative minor key is the minor key with the same key signature as a particular major key, for example D minor and F major both have one flat (Bb).
A major key sound confident and happy, while a minor key sounds sinister or sad. a minor key could also mean that you have minor scales or minor chords or minor intervals! thanks hope i helped! by kjw
I usually like to listen to music in minor. ^^
Tonality is what scale the music is in, usually major of minor. -major = happy -minor = sad -modal = sounds like monks singing in a monastery -pentatonic = chinesey- gamelan music, all the black notes -atonal = clashing sounds, nothing nice about it
Major Key: F Major Minor Key: D Minor
In music in signifies a song being in a major key as opposed to a minor key.
A major (or the relative minor - F#minor)
It means the key signature of the following music is in the key of F major of D minor
Lighter, happier, and bouncy music go with major scale. Dark, scary terrifying, and sad music go with minor scales.
The sheet music to that piece shows it in Eb major.
you mean E minor, no I personally think E major is the saddest major key, and C minor the happiest minor key.
The theme music to the X-Files is in a minor key - specifically, c minor.
It can be in either, depending on the chart.