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I didn't read it all yet, and have question for this part
Originally Posted by JonR
So we talk about a myxolydian scale.
However talking about a mode implies the we are hearing a tonic on G, otherwise we could not hear myxolidian. What note we considered as the gravity point is what alows us to hear the mode.
But G is not considered a tonic, not even secondary, so my question is what are we supposed to really hear here then ?
E phrygian from the main tonal center ? G major ?
A chromatic mix of both ?
I agree that while playing a full scale some scale might fit better, but when playing a melody we don't play the scale entirely, so unless the melody gives obvious hints, what can make believe we should hear something or something else ?
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