Phrygian Mode Explained – A Complete Guide In Theory And Practice

The Phrygian mode is the 3rd mode of the major scale. It has a 'flat 2', 'flat 3', 'flat 6' and 'flat 7'. In this post we are going to look at how to construct the phrygian mode and explain what it is. To understand the Phrygian mode, just like any other mode, you need to understand the concept of major scales. This means you need to know what a major scale is, what it sounds like and how to construct it. Read the post on major scales if you need to brush up on any of this theory. … [Read more...]