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Here's the first minor triad version of the exercise I had previously posted with the major triads. This uses the harmonic minor scale.
This takes you through all 12 keys moving by 5ths. I like to memorize these but there is certainly much to be gained by reading them too.
Go slow with the unfamiliar keys. I always figured it isn't that certain keys are harder , they are just less familiar. Of course some of the fingerings are harder when you add the sharps and flats, but with slow practice they get much easier and then it's no different than playing in the key of C.
Here's the link to my blog post where you can download the PDF.
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