September 28

From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

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From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

As explained in the previous article, each tonality is a unique being. Each tonality has:

  • A resting tone
  • Characteristic tones
  • Essential harmonic functions

Here is a reference for each of the tonalities. 

MAJOR TONALITY

Major Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Major Tonality in your ears:

MINOR TONALITY

Minor Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Minor Tonality in your ears:

DORIAN TONALITY

Dorian Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Dorian Tonality in your ears:

MIXOLYDIAN TONALITY

Mixolydian Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Mixolydian Tonality in your ears:

PHRYGIAN 
TONALITY

Phrygian Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Phrygian Tonality in your ears:

LYDIAN TONALITY

Lydian Tonality 1024x376 - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Lydian Tonality in your ears:

AEOLIAN TONALITY

Aeolian Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Aeolian Tonality in your ears:

LOCRIAN TONALITY

Locrian Tonality - From Major to Locrian: An Overview of The Tonalities

Here is an etune to get the sound of Locrian Tonality in your ears:


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