Aeolian mode in music, the mode represented by the natural diatonic scale A–A (containing a minor 3rd, 6th, and 7th). The term is recorded from the late 18th century, and comes from Latin Aeolius ‘from Aeolis’ (an ancient coastal district of Asia Minor).
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