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Memories

I Dorian
Memories #1 A. Harp

Memories #1. B Tubular

VI Hypolydian
Memories #6 A. Harp
Memories #6 B. Tubular


VII  Mixolydian
Memories #7 A. Harp
Memories #7 B. Tubular

VIII Hypomixolydian
Memories #8 A. Harp
Memories #8 B. Tubular

Pastoral

Pastoral A


Revelation
II Hypodorian

Revelation #2.

VI Hypolydian

Revelation #6.

VIII Hypomixolydian
Revelation #8


Story

VI Hypolydian

Story #6.

VII  Mixolydian

Story #7.

VIII Hypomixolydian
Story #8

 

Dance

I Dorian

Dance #1.

VI Hypolydian

Dance #6

VII  Mixolydian
Dance #7


VIII Hypomixolydian
Dance #8

Inspired by Renaissance music.

Music Name
11:11 / 11:11
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ETHOS OF THE MODES:

I Dorian (Durus)


II Hypodorian  (Mollis)


III Phrygian  (Mollis)


IV Hypophrygian  (Durus)


V Lydian  (Mollis)


VI Hypolydian (Mollis)


VII  Mixolydian (Durus)



VIII Hypomixolydian (Durus)

I    Pious, religious, modest

Mood - Happy, taming the passions

II   Happy, strolling, dancing

Mood - Sad, serious and tearful

III  Tearful, mourning, sad

Mood - Mystic, vehement, inciting anger

IV  Groaning, sad, funereal

Mood - Harmonious, inciting delights, tempering fierceness

V   Heroic, wandering, cheerful

Mood - Merry, happy

VI  Warlike, rousing, glorious

Mood - Devout, tearful and pious

VII Somewhat sad, mournful, delightful

(Espinoza describes it as “uniting pleasure and sadness”)
Mood - Pleasure and sadness

VIII Cheerful, wandering, beautiful

Mood - Perfect, cheerful, very happy

Each mode or tonality has also always had a “meaning”; in the Middle Ages: 
“Character” of the Eight Church Modes  according to Guido of Arezzo (995–1050), Adam of Fulda (1445–1505), and Juan de Espinosa Medrano (1632–1688)

D'Arezzo

Fulda

Espinoza

I Dorian (Durus)
II Hypodorian  (Mollis)
III Phrygian  (Mollis)
IV Hypophrygian  (Durus)
V Lydian  (Mollis)
VI Hypolydian (Mollis)
VII  Mixolydian (Durus)
VIII Hypomixolydian (Durus)

serious
sad
mystic
harmonious
happy
devout
angelical
perfect

any feeling
sad
vehement
tender
happy
pious
of youth
of knowledge

happy, taming the passions
serious and tearful
inciting anger 
inciting delights, tempering fierceness
happy
tearful and pious 
uniting pleasure and sadness 
very happy

The first is serious,

the second is sad,

the third is mystic,

the fourth is harmonious,

the fifth makes happy,

the sixth is devout,

the seventh angelical,

and the eighth is perfect.

 

– Guido of Arezzo (c. 990-1050)

The first mode lends to any feeling,

the second is suitable for the sad things,

the third is vehement,

the fourth has tender effects,

the fifth is fitting for those who are happy,

the sixth for those of proven piety,

the seventh belongs to the youth,

the eighth one to the knowledge .

 

– Adam of Fulda (c.1445-1505)

Music Name
11:11 / 11:11