See how is changing the way you learn piano. Click Here »

Mixolydian Piano Mode

Windows Media Player Quicktime & iPod Facebook Twitter YouTube

Learn How To Play The Mixolydian Mode On The Piano!

Now we are going to go over the Mixolydian mode. Mixolydian is based on the fifth note of the scale. In C major this gives us G, A, B, C, D, E , F, and G. Building a seventh chord out of that mode gives us the G minor seventh chord.

Lets do the same thing for the E major scale. The notes of E major are E, F sharp, G sharp, A, B, C sharp, and D sharp. So it's Mixolydian mode would be B, C sharp, D sharp, E, F sharp, G sharp, A, and B. Using that mode to create the B minor seventh chord gives us B, D sharp, F sharp, and A.

Next, you can practice the Phrygian Piano Mode.

The Better Way To Learn Piano

Pianote has officially launched - and it's your chance to save up to 60% as a founding member. Click on the button below to see all the details!

Click Here »
Fill out the form below for free instant access to exclusive bonus video lessons that teach piano scales, licks, chords, fingering, accidentals, and much more!