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Here I play another tune on violin. My intonation is imperfect, but I think you'll be able to hear past that.
Please identify the scale used.
Here is the previous example, a piece in D-Dorian, and its solution. https://fiddlerman.com/forum/s.....is/#p41151
The scale will be a consequence of the key signature and the tonic.
Your answer should be the name of tonic followed by the name of the mode. Examples: F-Mixolydian, D-Major, A-minor.
Last time I had folks send answers to me in PMs.
This time let's try discussing the piece right on this thread.
If you can't answer the whole question, maybe you can contribute part of it.
Yes, when you sound out the tune, you find exactly the pitches of the Eb Major key signature (naturals at C, D, F, and G, and flats at B, E, and A). The tune comes to rest on C. Since C (the tonic) is two scale degrees below the name of the key signature (Eb), the mode is Aeolian (minor).