#6
Quote by UNIe
Mode names are not used as key names. I just don't know how it is for Harmonic and Melodic Major, Minor scales.


How I've seen those scales labelled is as playing in the key of A harmonic/natural/melodic minor.
#7
Quote by UNIe
Mode names are not used as key names. I just don't know how it is for Harmonic and Melodic Major, Minor scales.

It would just be reffered to as Minor (eg, A minor). This is because although natural, melodic and harmonic are three different scales, they can (and are in good minor music) all be used throughout the piece.

For example, if you look at a classical piece in a minor key you will often find a sharp 7th which is what generally makes the piece sound minor, and you will also often have both sharp 6ths and natural 6ths (which incoporated harmonic and melodic (ascending) minor). You will also sometimes fin natural 7ths (which incoporates melodic (descending) and natural minor).