#1
With Phrygian Dominant being the V mode of the Harmonic Minor scale, will it be B Phrygian Dominant for E Harmonic Minor?
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#3
Yay!

Edit: Seeing as how you have exactly the same notes for E Harmonic Minor and B Phrygian Dominant, how exactly will it affect my playing?
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Last edited by TheWilling at Mar 2, 2008,
#5
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Yay!

Edit: Seeing as how you have exactly the same notes for E Harmonic Minor and B Phrygian Dominant, how exactly will it affect my playing?


that depends on what you are playing!

If you are playing E minor then it will be E Harmonic Minor, if you are playing over B7 or B7b9 then it will be B Phrygian Dominant.

The mode depends on the chord.
#6
The most common use of the Phrygian Dominant scale is in an Am G F E progression, though it could be any key. Over the Am, G, and F chords, A Aeolian is the appropriate scale. However, when E is played, A Harmonic Minor/E Phrygian Dominant (think of it however you want, it doesn't really matter) is the appropriate scale.
#7
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The most common use of the Phrygian Dominant scale is in an Am G F E progression, though it could be any key. Over the Am, G, and F chords, A Aeolian is the appropriate scale. However, when E is played, A Harmonic Minor/E Phrygian Dominant (think of it however you want, it doesn't really matter) is the appropriate scale.


I would argue that if the progression is resolving to A, you're still playing A harmonic minor.
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