[Harp-L] All this Positions and Modes stuff

philharpn@xxxxx philharpn@xxxxx
Mon Oct 29 12:16:52 EDT 2018

The difference is the starting point and ending point. 

The notes in the  C scale starting  G to G yields the G mixolydian; the C scale starting C to C yields a C major and a C scale starting A to A yields an A minor. Yet they comprise the same notes.

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<<Saying that G Mixolydian is the same as C Major is analogous to saying A minor and C major are the same. 

They aren't.>>

I'm with Arthur. They are not the same, even though they are comprised of the same notes. 

Just because the contractor's bricks' used are the same, does that make his house the same as his stand alone garage?

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