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The role of the Neapolitan minor scale

Easy and simple, first: Used to modulate to the minor key on degree III of the Major scale. In C Major, play any mode from E Neapolitan minor and the modulation resolves to the key of E minor. Second: When playing Harmonic minor, flatten the second degree to play Neapolitan minor, then its seventh degree and voila, back in Major.

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