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and also: C Lydian #5 is: C, D, E, F#, G#, A, B, C
Yeah.
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Melodic Minor is also called Jazz Melodic Minor, or Jazz Minor.
I suppose? In jazz, melodic minor is played ascending and descending whereas in classical music melodic minor might only be played ascending. Calling it Jazz Melodic Minor may or may not indicate the way the scale is played (ascending and descending); maybe someone else can clear that up.
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Melodic Minor is also called Jazz Melodic Minor, or Jazz Minor
No. I've only seen it being called that on the guitar-pro scale list, and lets face it, those french creator guys suck at theory.
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and also: C Lydian #5 is: C, D, E, F#, G#, A, B, C
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Nope, jazz minor, and jazz melodic minor both refer to the melodic minor scale, as opposed to the classical sense where melodic minor would be played differently on the descent than on ascent.

In the jazz sense it would be used over tonic minor chords (minMaj7) chords etc.


A bit misleading. Melodic minor originated as a convention within minor tonality, not as a scale in its own right. It's not as simple as "melodic minor ascending, natural minor descending". It's true that jazz sometimes does treat it as a scale, but it is still referred to as melodic minor in most circumstances. I've heard jazz minor used as well, but jazz melodic minor is just redundant.
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