Arpeggio Exercises Dorian

admin: May 19, 2018, 8:15 p.m. ·
The Dorian Arpeggio exercise helps the user get down the modes. The intervals in Dorian in regards to Ionian are 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 1, 2. And the chords one would play would be a Minor for (2) Dorian, a Minor for (3) Phyrgian, a Major for (4) Lydian, a Major for (5) Mixolydian, a Minor for (6) Aeolian, a Diminished for (7) Locrian and a Major for (1) Ionian. The arpeggio exercise constructs the preceding chords in ascending orders of pitch with the first, then the third then the fifth interval being played. This exercise helps the user learn where major and minor chords are in the key that it is in across the fret board. The tones can be used for creating some intricate melodies with some chords, or creating a crisp solo using some intervals in a scale.

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