an augumented 4th above D is?

a major 6th below C is?
a diminished 5th inverts to a?
an augmented 2nd inverts to?
the modal name for the basic scale beginning on c, d, e, f, g, a

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To find the answer to the questions, we need to understand intervals and their inversions in music theory. Here's how you can find the answers:

1. To find an augmented 4th above D:
- Count up four letter names in the musical alphabet (D, E, F, G).
- Since the interval asked is augmented, we raise the G by a half step to G♯.
- So, an augmented 4th above D is G♯.

2. To find a major 6th below C:
- Count down six letter names in the musical alphabet (C, B, A, G, F, E).
- So, a major 6th below C is E.

3. To determine the inversion of a diminished 5th:
- Inversion refers to reversing the direction of an interval.
- A diminished 5th is an interval spanning five letter names with a lowered (diminished) fifth.
- When you invert a diminished 5th, you get a augmented 4th.
- So, a diminished 5th inverts to an augmented 4th.

4. To determine the inversion of an augmented 2nd:
- An augmented 2nd is an interval spanning two letter names with a raised (augmented) second.
- When you invert an augmented 2nd, you get a minor 7th.
- So, an augmented 2nd inverts to a minor 7th.

5. The modal name for the basic scale beginning on C, D, E, F, G, A:
- The basic scale beginning on C is the C major scale.
- The basic scale beginning on D is the D Dorian mode.
- The basic scale beginning on E is the E Phrygian mode.
- The basic scale beginning on F is the F Lydian mode.
- The basic scale beginning on G is the G Mixolydian mode.
- The basic scale beginning on A is the A Aeolian mode (also known as the natural minor scale).

You can search for these concepts in music theory resources or consult a music theory book to gain a deeper understanding.