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Aeolian mode

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  1. (music) a mode that uses the same scale as the natural minor scale

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The Aeolian mode is a musical mode or, in modern usage, a diatonic scale called the natural minor scale.

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Google previewTonal Harmony (2016)

by CTI Reviews

The Aeolian mode is a musical mode or, in modern usage, a diatonic scale called the natural minor scale. The word 'Aeolian' inthe music theory of ancient Greece was an alternative name (used by some later writers, such as Cleonides) for ...

Google previewJazz Guitar (1999)

Swing to Bebop by Doug Munro

Aeolian Mode (Natural Minor Scale) The Aeolian mode is a scale made up of seven notes arranged in a specific order of whole and half steps. This order originally came from the natural notes from A to A. This was the sixth of the seven Greek ...

Google previewGuitar Mode Encyclopedia (1994)

21 Modes of the Major, Melodic Minor, and Harmonic Minor Scales by Jody Fisher

Altering a Scale The Aeolian mode is produced by lowering the third, sixth and seventh degrees of any major scale.

a Chord's Root You can locate the Aeolian mode by thinking of the major key signature that lies a minor third above a minor ...

Google previewQuick Scales Interactive Guitar Scale Dictionary: Free Scale Book Included, Book & CD-ROM (2005)

by Alfred Publishing Staff, Alfred Publishing

Aeolian Mode/Pure Minor Scale Aeolian Mode/Pure Minor Scale С Aeolian/ Pure minor: С D E\> F G A\> B\> С WH W W H W W 1 2 kB 4 5 16 \П 8 Suggested chord or chord progression: Сm - Fm Parent scale: E\> major 1 2 4 III V VII IX XII O ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Scales & Modes for Electric Bass (2011)

by DANA ROTH

The Aeolian mode begins on the sixth degree of the major scale and is the same as a natural minor scale. The Locrian mode begins on the seventh degree of the major scale and is a natural minor scale with the lowered (minor) second and ...

Google previewGuitar Scale Dictionary Qwikguide (2014)

by MIKE CHRISTIANSEN

Aeolian Mode Construction: major scale beginning on the sixth degree (same as the natural minor scale) Use: with minor, m7, or mo chords A C Aeolian U Fa to e IAI to . #s mor to3 5 6– 3. 5 6 5 B (3) © 4) ...

Google previewComplete Guitar Scale Dictionary (2016)

by MIKE CHRISTIANSEN

Aeolian Mode Construction: major scale beginning on the sixth degree (same as the natural minor scale) Use: with minor, m7, or mS chords C Aeolian O © 5 ( Q ) 5 © # R © O } 3 3 5 6 # 2 ...

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia: University dictionary of music and musicians (1912)

by Louis Charles Elson

Aeolian Mode was fifth in the scries of MODES of the GREGORIAN system.

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia: A history of music (1912)

The AEolian mode—the oldest in Greece—was precisely ...

Google previewA new Dictionary of Music (1835)

by Esq. W. WILSON

AEolian Mode, so called from AEolia in Asia Minor, was one of the six principal Greek modes, . and was inserted between the Phrygian and Lydian. The tonic is generally supposed to have been F of some kind. Dr. Burney makes it F minor, ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Phrase and Fable (2006)

by Elizabeth Knowles

Aeolian mode in music, the mode represented by the natural diatonic scale A–A ( containing a minor 3rd, 6th, and 7th). The term is recorded from the late 18th century, and comes from Latin Aeolius 'from Aeolis' (an ancient coastal district of ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1922)

by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland

AEOLIAN MODE. This title occurs in the works of some of the earliest Greek writers, who mention the Greek modes or scales; but it disappears again, and the Æolian mode is apparently not in question in the time of Plato, Aristotle, and ...

Google previewThe Berklee Contemporary Dictionary of Music (2015)

by Kari Juusela

Aeolian mode. (1) A diatonic scale consisting of the notes A, B, C, D, E, F, G, A or one of its transpositions. (2) One of the eight modes used in Gregorian chant; later became known as the natural minor scale of the major/minor tonal system.

Google previewAn Encyclopædia, or Dictionary of Music ... With upwards of two hundred engraved examples, the whole compiled from the most celebrated foreign and English authorities, interspersed with observations critical and explanatory (1825)

by John Feltham DANNELEY

MODUS HEOLUS, see AEolian Mode. – AUTHENTICUS, see Authentic Mode. DORIUS, see Dorian Mode. – HYPERAEOLIUS, see Dorian. – HYPODORIUS, see Hypo-Phrygian. – HYPOLYDIUS, see Hypo-Lydian. – HYPO-MIXO-LYDIUS, see ...

Google previewThe Facts on File Dictionary of Music (2004)

by Christine Ammer

In the sixteenth century four more modes were added, two authentic modes (the Aeolian mode beginning on A and the Ionian mode beginning on C, identical to the MINOR and MAJOR modes respectively), and two plagal modes (the ...

Google previewThe Chambers Dictionary (1998)

Aeolian mode in ancient Greek ...

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