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As it is modal, I didn't thought of some intervals that shouln't be used in tonal music. At least, it sounds nice to my ears.

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"No preview available". It'll sound nice to your ears since we don't really have that stigma against those intervals. I'd encourage a different set in the rules in mind, just to see if you can do it with the Lydian mode (i.e. augmented fourths must be resolved down)

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Make sure when you write your prelude that you add it to THIS thread, retitled "Prelude and Fugue in G major", then added to this thread:
Please also combine the prelude and fugue score into one piece/pdf.

 

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The Lydian mode to me, is kind of like eating an artichoke. The first two leaves, a weird, and slightly unpleasant, but once you palate gets used to taste, it is quite palatable.  A good job.

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It sounds good. These days it's fine to have some dissonance and some unexpected sounds. Maybe we even expect to hear something unexpected, for variety if for no other reason.

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