Aeolian mode


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Related to Aeolian mode: Dorian mode, Mixolydian mode, Ionian mode
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Aeolian mode

n (Mus) → äolische Tonart
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While the C Mixolydian identification is accurate, it seems that the middle section might best be identified as based on the F[sharp] Aeolian mode instead of D Mixolydian.
The program features Toshi Ichiyanagi's "Sapporo"; John Cage's "Aria," with solos from "Concert"; James Tenney's "In the Aeolian Mode"; and Henry Cowell's "26 Simultaneous Mosaics." The ensemble appears regularly at the Lincoln Center Festival and the Museum of Modern Art's Summergarden Festival and tours extensively abroad.
23, R Keys Hornpipe, has been replaced with a rather pedestrian aeolian mode. Further evidence of a fondness for tidying up is found in his decisions about adding or omitting accidentals.
Deppert finds significant statistical differences between the Dorian and Aeolian modes (e.g., step 5 appears more frequently than step 3 in the Dorian mode, and vice versa in the case of the Aeolian mode; pp.