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Tutorial: Dominant Lines
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Lesson Excerpt: Welcome to the tutorial! The dominant quality is based on the 5th scale degree of the major scale. This is the home of the Mixolydian sound. Throughout recent history this tonality has developed into various forms, but today we're just going to foc...

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