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Origin of Thraco-Phrygian
Words nearby Thraco-Phrygian
How to use Thraco-Phrygian in a sentence
But the 'Phrygian Mode' in practical music must have been a tolerably definite musical form.
The Hypo-dorian and Hypo-phrygian, which employ the new characters and , are known to be comparatively recent.
Possibly the lowest note (d) is the key-note; if so the scale is of the Phrygian mode (in the modern sense).
And the Ionian is open to the observation already made with regard to the Phrygian, viz.
What, then, is the basis of this grouping of certain modes together as Dorian, while the rest are Phrygian in character?