How To: Play the phrygian mode on the piano

Play the phrygian mode on the piano

How to Play the phrygian mode on the piano

Nate Bosch with Piano Lessons demonstrates how to play the phrygian mode on a piano. The phyrgian mode is the third mode of the major scale. Take the C major scale. The phyrgian mode will start on the third note of that scale, which is E, and contain the same notes as the C major scale. From those notes, a seventh chord can be built. Play the E, G, B and D notes to make the E minor seven chord. That mode built out of the C major scale creates E minor seven chord or the three chord. Other keys and scales can also create the phrygian mode using the same technique.

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