Hello everyone! In the previous vignette, we discussed about the minor harmonic mode, In this vignette, we will approach the minor melodic mode. What is the particularity of this mode? The 6th and 7th notes are raised by a half tone. If we are in the A minor scale, the 6th note being F, it will become Fsharp. The 7th note is G, G will become G sharp. I would like to point out to you, for those who do not know it yet, In the system of classical studies, the go is in minor melodic mode and back in natural minor mode. In all other styles of music, the go and back is in minor melodic mode. We will apply it. A, B, C, D, E, F sharp!!! G sharp!!! A, B, C, D, E, F sharp!!! G sharp!!! A and back in natural minor mode: G, F, E, D, C, B, A, G, F, E, D, C, B, A, G, F, Back, Fsharp, G sharp and A. You saw that when we got to the end of the register when coming back, to come back, since it’s a “go” again, we’re playing the melodic minor mode again. So, I suggest you work in the same way as we did for harmonic minor mode. Play all the melodic minor modes in the keys with sharps and flats. Have good Homework and see you soon!