Mode Construction | Mixolydian Mode (5 of 7)
The Mixolydian mode may be built off of the fifth scale degree of a corresponding Major scale.
For example, by looking at the notes of a C Major scale we can see that the fifth note in the scale is the note G.
Knowing this, if we play all of the notes in the key of C Major from the fifth scale degree G to the octave above that note we will be playing all of the notes of G Mixolydian.
In that same respect, the fifth scale degree of an F Major scale is the note C natural.
Playing all of the notes in the key of F Major from C natural to C natural would result in a C Mixolydian scale.