SCA-06 Phrygian Mode

About this lesson

Phrygian is the third of seven modes. It's recommended you teach the modes in order as it will make more sense to your student. After your student understands Ionian and Dorian (see related lessons) you can move on to Phrygian. This is a very exotic sounding mode and students will love it when they can improvise using it. Phrygian is used a lot in Flamenco so any students wanting to get a Spanish sound in their playing can learn this.

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SCA-04 Ionian Mode

SCA-05 Dorian Mode

SCA-07 Lydian Mode

SCA-08 Mixolydian Mode

SCA-09 Aeolian Mode

SCA-10 Locrian Mode