The Phrygian mode is a minor musical mode or diatonic scale and may be constructed from the major scale starting on the third scale degree. The scale consists of flat 2, flat 3, flat 6, and flat 7 in the starting pitch's major scale.
Examples include the following:
NOTE: Jazz musicians use the Phrygian mode over a "sus4(b9)" chord
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