What do you call a Minor chord on the flatted second? A Neapolitan minor??
Chord progession is A#minor, Fminor, Cmajor, Aminor :||
are the chords like this?
f minor key iv, i, III, biv
or C major key #vi, iv, I, vi
the A#minor is a a half step up from Aminor. Is this progression considered to be in the key of A minor harmonic? If it is what do i call the A#minor? a neapolitan minor?
or is this in the key of A#minor or Fminor. I thought it might be Fminor, Cmajor being the III, then Aminor would be a minor built on a flatted 2.
The issue is, when i research the terms, flat 2 minor, i get nothing related to this, and when i search sharp 6 minor, all i get is Neapolitan and Inverted chords referencing the old school 6/4 notations.
I just want to know what to call a minor chord built on the flattened second degree ie: A neapolitan chord is a Major chord built on a flatted second scale degree.
A ________ chord is a Minor chord built on a flatted second scale degree
can someone fill in the blank?