E♯ Lydian Mode on Ukulele

Here you can learn how to play the Lydian Mode in the key of E♯ on the Ukulele. As well as the scale notes, degrees and patterns of the E♯ Lydian Mode, where available we also provide suggested Ukulele fingerings. In the Ukulele view below, you can display the notes of the E♯ Lydian Mode mapped out onto the Ukulele fretboard and switch between the notes, degrees, intervals or, if we have them, suggested Ukulele fingerings.

Theoretical Only

The E♯ Lydian Mode is considered theoretical only as it has double sharps or flats in the key signature.

The usual alternative is the enharmonic equivalent F Lydian Mode

Notes Ascending

E♯, F, G, A, B♯, C, D, E♯

Notes Descending

E♯, D, C, B♯, A, G, F, E♯

Pattern Ascending

T, T, T, S, T, T, S

S = Semitone, T = Tone (2 Semitones)

Pattern Descending

S, T, T, S, T, T, T

S = Semitone, T = Tone (2 Semitones)

Intervals Ascending

E♯ > E♯0Perfect Unison (P1)
E♯ > F2Major 2nd (M2)
E♯ > G4Major 3rd (M3)
E♯ > A6Augmented 4th (A4 or Tritone)
E♯ > B♯7Perfect 5th (P5)
E♯ > C9Major 6th (M6)
E♯ > D11Major 7th (M7)
E♯ > E♯12Perfect Octave (P8)

Intervals Descending

E♯ > E♯0Perfect Unison (P1)
E♯ > D1minor 2nd (m2)
E♯ > C3minor 3rd (m3)
E♯ > B♯5Perfect 4th (P4)
E♯ > A6Diminished 5th (d5 or Tritone)
E♯ > G8minor 6th (m6)
E♯ > F10minor 7th (m7)
E♯ > E♯12Perfect Octave (P8)

Music Theory

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If you want to learn what scales and modes are and much more, check out our free Fundamentals of Music Theory course. If you already know some of the basics, you can jump straight into the scales lesson.

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