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Greek Modes - 01

Introduction to the universe of the peculiarities of each degree of the harmonic field of C major, played over the note C

thus bringing all the characteristics of the individualized degrees and their respective intervals, this makes them unique as sounds.

They cause SEVEN harmonic field modulations on top of a pedal note ie; a tonic or first note that serves as a background to explore this context.

Playing the chords you can feel the characteristic intervals added to the tetrads and, using the natural scale to bring their sounds along with the chords.

The examples show the chords with the intervals of each degree and the natural scale of each mode. The chords have their characteristic intervals added and bring a special color to the sounds.

View the video in full size by clicking on the lower right corner to view the tabs.

Good studies.

Playback nota pedal em C - Hard Alexandre
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Playing modal pentas, arpeggios and natural scale.

1- Grade C7+ Ionian

Modo Jônio C7+ -
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2- Degree Cm7/6 Doric

Modo Dórico em Cm -
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3- Grade Cm7/9b Phrygian

Modo Frígio Cm7/9b -
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4- Grade C7+/4# Lidium

Modo Lídio C7+/4# - Unknown Artist
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5- Grade C7 Mixolyde

Modo Mixolídio C7 -
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6- Grade Cm7/6b Aeolian

Modo Eólio Cm7/6b -
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7- Grade C7/5b Locrium

Modo Lócrio C 7/5b -
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Modal Music / Arpeggio Mixolydian G7 and G sus Mode

G7 mixo - Playback
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