does anyone know what the chord progression is 2 the lydian F scale

thanks
What which chord progression is?
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Go to your staff paper and re-write this song a half step down so on the paper it'll be like you have a "C" just move it down to a "B#"

Know your theory, then play like you don't.

F-C-Am-G

hope that's what you are looking for

EDIT:

you can make the Am an Am7
I'm just learning diatonic stuff and I'd like to give it a try:

Fmaj7, G7, A-7, Bb-7(b5), C7, D-7, E-7.

Now take a cadence like I-V-I (Fmaj7 - C7 - Fmaj7), I-IV-I (Fmaj7 - Bb-7(b5) - Fmaj7), I-IV-V-I (Fmaj7 - Bb-7(b5) - C7 - Fmaj7) or whatever and you are done.

Does this make sense?
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Last edited by Philipp Sobecki at Aug 11, 2007,
Quote by Philipp Sobecki
I'm just learning diatonic stuff and I'd like to give it a try:

Fmaj7, G7, A-7, Bb-7(b5), C7, D-7, E-7.

Now take a cadence like I-V-I (Fmaj7 - C7 - Fmaj7), I-IV-I (Fmaj7 - Bb-7(b5) - Fmaj7), I-IV-V-I (Fmaj7 - Bb-7(b5) - C7 - Fmaj7) or whatever and you are done.

Does this make sense?

Maybe for a jazz song

Keep in mind the fifth degree chord of the lydian mode isn't a dominant seven chord. Its a major seventh chord. And I think Bb-7(b5) should be without its flat, just B-7(b5). Its actually right if the mode was F ionian.

To TS, I'd suggest any one of these chords: Fmaj7 G7 Amin7 B-7(b5) Cmaj7 Dmin7 Emin7.
My preference would be; F-C-Am-G, thats either "IV, I, vi, V" or "I, V, iii, II", I'm not sure which one is proper.
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Last edited by demonofthenight at Aug 11, 2007,
Okay, let's see:

C ionian is like F lydian. C ionian would be:

Cmaj7, D-7, E-7, Fmaj7, G7, A-7, B-7(b5).

F lydian then is:

Fmaj7, G7, A-7, B-7(b5), Cmaj7, D-7, E-7.

Yeah, you are right, thanks
^ seconded.

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