Phrygian Dominant Mode


Phrygian Dominant Mode


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Here is a lick on the dominant Phrygian mode of E, fifth mode of the harmonic minor scale of A.

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– In the first measure, the sonority of the mode is emphasized by the midtone bending between 5 (B) and b6 (C).

– In the second measure a scalar sequence in sextuplets, performed in alternate picking, ends at 3 (G#) in the fourth measure.

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