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ren

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Greetings from Somerset. This question has been driving me mad! I was wondering if you could help me.
 
I know that in a major key you play a Dorian for the 2 chord, Phrygian for the 3, 6 for Aeolian but...
 
when playing in a natural minor key what modes should you play for the minor 1 chord, minor 4 chord and minor 5 chord...?
 
Answer would be greatly appreciated.
 
Also, did Ted have any favorite books on harmony, keys or re-harmonization that he recommended to students?
 
Ta.
ren

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Thanks so much for the info. Poly pan. I will certainly check that list out...incredible!! I am still looking for a answer for this small question which I hope can be answered in this thread.
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Well if the chords were:1 Am, then you could play the Aeolian mode in A
                                4 Dm, then you could play Dorian in D
                                5 Em, then you could play Phrygian in E 

In other words just play all natural notes and it would work in this case.

Hehe, I'm sure other choices are feasable as well!

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