The Phrygian dominant scale with a major seventh instead of a minor seventh is formed by:
- a root
- a minor second
- a major third
- a fourth
- a fifth
- a minor sixth
- a major seventh.
My questions are:
- what is the name of this scale? Is it a mode of an other scale?
- Are there some known pieces using it?
- Are there some known or standard licks over this scale?
Moreover, by keeping the degrees I, III, IV, V, and VII of the above scale, we obtain a kind of pentatonic scale which seems to sound very well.
I have the same questions as the above three for this scale of five degrees.