key chord names, for example:
In the Major scale the key chords are shown as:
I Major tonic
ii minor super tonic and also pre-dominant
iii minor mediant
IV Major sub-or pre-dominant
V Major dominant
vi minor relative minor
viidim minor leading tone diminished and also dominant.
That said --- what are the names for the minor key chords?
i is shown in the lower case --- I understand how this would be as it is the relative minor of the Major.
iidim the ii is now the diminished chord ---- because it was the 7th diminished in the Major key.
III is now shown as an upper case chord --- because it was the Tonic in the Major.
iv is now shown as a lower case chord.
V is still upper case.
VI is now in upper case.
VII is now in upper case, but not diminished.
I understand how the columns move over to form the minor scale --- my question is; what are the minor columns called - what is the correct name for each minor column?