using the relative mode method Question 4 of 10 Score 1 of possible 1 point

Using the relative mode method question 4 of 10 score

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The A dorian mode has the same notes as G major. (using the relative mode method) Question 4 of 10 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point) Examine the above scale and select the appropriate mode name. A. Ionian B. Dorian C. Phrygian D. Lydian E. Mixolydian F. Aeolian G. Locrian
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Answer Key: D Feedback The G lydian mode is like G major except the fourth scale degree is raised (sharped in this case). (using the parallel mode method) Question 5 of 10 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point) Examine the above scale and select the appropriate mode name. A. Ionian B. Dorian C. Phrygian D. Lydian E. Mixolydian F. Aeolian G. Locrian Answer Key: E Feedback The C mixolydian mode is like C major except the seventh scale degree is lowered (flatted in this case). (using the parallel mode method) Question 6 of 10 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point)
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Examine the above scale and select the appropriate mode name. A. Ionian B. Dorian C. Phrygian D. Lydian E. Mixolydian F. Aeolian G. Locrian Answer Key: F Feedback The F# aeolian mode is exactly the same as F# natural minor. Question 7 of 10 Score: 1 (of possible 1 point) Examine the above scale and select the appropriate mode name.
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