Major Scales

Here you will find an overview and explanation of all relevant modes. In music theory, there are seven essential modes. The various modes arise that you scale plays an ordinary major, but does set the starting point at different notes. The Dorian mode, for example, begintt on the second stage of the major scale. Based on the c major scale is a starting point of the Dorian mode on D and continues upwards. The same applies to the Phrygian mode, which starts on the third stage of the major scale. The starting point would be based on c major so the note E. modes are important, if you constructed melodies.

If you created a melody consisting of in a particular mode, it creates a different atmosphere without having to leave the range of the traditional major key. It begins just in different places. Called modal melodies melodies based on specific modes. Here an explanation of the various modes: Ionic as a musician to play the Ionian mode all the time, without it deliberately warzunehmen. The reason is that the Ionian mode on the first note of the scale begins and thus represents a normal scale. Dorian, the Dorian mode begins as above mentioned on the 2nd Stuge of a major scale. This mode sounds almost like a natural minor scale, only the sixth is increased.

The Simon & Garfunkel song “Scarborough Fair” is a pretty good indication as the Dorian mode to sound. Phrygian, the Phrygian mode begins on the third stage of the major scale. As even the Dorian mode, this mode of a natural minor scale sounds very similar, only the second is lower this time. Lydian, the Lydian mode starts on the fourth tier of one of every major scale. This mode represents a natural major scale with the difference that the fourth is increased. Mixolydian of the Mixolydian mode begins on the fifth level of the major scale. As even the Lydian mode, this sounds like a major scale, but with a diminished seventh. Aeolian the Aeolian mode begins on the sixth level of the major scale contains exactly the notes of a natural minor scale. You can remember so that a major scale played from the sixth level resembles a minor scale. The Lokrische mode locrian begins scale on the seventh stage of one of each major. This mode is the probably most schragsten sounding for our ears. Formerly existed the Lokrische mode only in theory, but today use it forms some jazz and branches of modern music composition. Who deal with music composition at the home computer be sheep-want this offer should be a PCI sound card set, since commonly the best sound quality.

Janis Nikos – Majorcan Nights

The new single from Janis Nikos – Majorcan nights after the release of his Christmas album “The best time” has become again equal Janis Nikos to work, to publish the new album “Life is so” right on time in autumn 2012. As the first highlight the single pegged out now from this “Majorcan nights”. Together with Brigitte Kuhn a song Janis Nikos and franca Ferraro the proven team succeeded, the native Greeks almost written on the body. The white beach of Mallorca, the blue sea and gorgeous summer nights – that is born out of the vacation dreams but the fabric, or great vacation experiences are again awake. Years ago had Janis Nikos with Spanish feeling in his songs, great successes and draws on proven with this new title, but also offers new features, because gridlock not there with him! Close cooperation has reached a high level of creative with his musicians into his studio at home, in the own four walls. His zest for life, his refreshing music that can be described as quite successful pop-Schlager, is what his fans again. They are consistently, remain loyal to him, prove it every day with emails and greetings and wait impatiently for new songs from her Janis. Now, they get a “first bite” from the album soon to be published with the single “Majorcan nights”. Source: Gagri music publishing & music production GmbH for further information: