Meaning : Person From Lydia, Person from Lydia,
Origin : Greek,
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Additional information Lydian:
Lydia was an ancient kingdom of western Asia Minor located in what is now Turkey.
Songs about Lydian:
Once Lydian by Andrew Bayer from the Album Once Lydian
Lydian (Album Version) by Norman Brown from the Album After The Storm
Lydian Lullaby by Alfred Concert Band from the Album Concert Band (2006-2007)
Lydian (Album Version) by Norman Brown from the Album The Very Best Of Norman Brown
Hymn To Hermes (Original Composition For Replica Lyre in the Ancient Greek Lydian Mode) by Michael Levy from the Album The Ancient Greek Lyre
Lydian by Norman Brown from the Album Essential Jazz Six Stringers
E Lydian by Joey Allred from the Album Solo Piano, Vol. 2 - Ambient
Books about Lydian:
The Lydian Baker (Marcus Corvinus Mystery) by David Wishart (Mar 1999)
The Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization: The Art and Science of Tonal Gravity by George Russell (2001)
The Lydian's Treasure by Giancarlo Cogoni (Jan 9, 2014)
Lydian Architecture: Ashlar Masonry Structures at Sardis (Archaeological Exploration of Sardis Reports) by Christopher Ratté, Michael H. Ramage and Robert H. Tykot (Jul 13, 2011)
The Lydians and Sardis by Hasan Dedeoglu (Nov 1, 2003)
Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization for Improvisation by George Russell (Jun 1959)
Jazz Piano Vocabulary Volume 4 the Lydian Mode by Roberta Piket (Oct 1, 2004)
Movies about Lydian:
The Modes - Lydian: Steve Vai For Guitar 2010 - Runtime: 2 hrs 59 mins Starring: Danny Gill
Guitar Quick Licks - Steve Vai Melodic Shredding Key: E Lydian 2008 G - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Stuart Bull Directed by: Stuart Bull
Wiki information Lydian:
Lydia was an Iron Age kingdom of western Asia Minor located generally east of ancient Ionia in the modern western Turkish provinces of Uşak, Manisa and inland İzmir. Its population spoke an Anatolian language known as Lydian. At its greatest extent,...
The modern Lydian musical scale is a rising pattern of pitches comprising three whole tones, a semitone, two more whole tones, and a final semitone. This sequence of pitches roughly describes the fifth of the eight Gregorian modes, known as Mode V or...