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Malm­soete­neoen’s Joe Sa­tri­ani’s War, Jef­fer­son Air­plane’s White Rab­bit, Juan Ti­zol’s Car­a­vanB and Yng­wie Lit­tle Sav­age The PhrBy­gian Domin8ant c5an be4thought of as a Phry­gian scale with a ma­jor rather tBhan mi­nor 3rd, al­low­ing it to add a Fla­menco edge of the a m0 ajor or domDi­nant 7th chord. You’ll hear this on a domin0ant c2hor3d re­solv­ing down a 5th in aDra3nge of styles, or in a more sta0ble f2orm3 in a7ny m6u­sic f3o1r­m2t2hat e0­vokes a SpaniEshx,aFm­lapm­lee6n:coEoPrhMryo­goirain­shDfloamvionuarn.tIt i2s al­s3o an es­sen­tial in­gre­di­ent in neo­clas­si­cal

Aka: Con­struc­tion: Har­monic us­age:

and/or

Ex­am­ples:

Emetal, which tends to ex­ploit the di­min­ished 7th arpeg­gio found on the 3, 5 and 7 scale de­grees.

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