Take Me To Church is written in the key of E Minor. According to the Theorytab database, it is the 3rd most popular key among Minor keys and the 8th most popular among all keys. Minor keys, along with major keys, are a common choice for popular music.
What scale is Take Me To Church?
“Take Me to Church” is in E natural minor for the Verse, hints at E harmonic minor for the Chorus with the Bridge in C major. It also has an interesting song form, in that, the Verse is in 3/4 time and is made up of a four-bar chord riff that’s connected with the D and C chords and a time change to 4/4.
What tempo is Take Me To Church?
Take Me to Church is a moody song by Hozier with a tempo of 129 BPM. It can also be used half-time at 65 BPM or double-time at 258 BPM. The track runs 4 minutes and 2 seconds long with a E key and a minor mode.
What time signature is Take Me To Church in?
After pointing out that ‘Take Me To Church’ bears a unique 3/4 time signature, Beck played the opening chords of the Feist track, which has the same timing, and asked, “Are you guys hearing that out there? It’s almost the exact same thing.”
What key is E minor in?
|Relative key||G major|
|Parallel key||E major|
|Dominant key||B minor|
Who first sang take me to church?
Take Me to Church
|“Take Me to Church”|
|Producer(s)||Rob Kirwan, Joe Fisher|
|Hozier singles chronology|
|“Take Me to Church” (2013) “From Eden” (2014)|