Harmonizing Mixolydian scales into chords

The Mixolydian mode is often played over dominant seventh chords. It can also be harmonized into other chords, including these presented here.

Three-note chords

G Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes G A B C D E F
Chords G Am Bdim C Dm Em F
Notes in chord G-B-D A-C-E B-D-F C-E-G D-F-A E-G-B F-A-C
G# / Ab Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes G# A# B# C# D# F F#
Chords G#m A#m B#dim C# D#m Fm F#
Notes in chord G#-B#-D# A#-C#-F B#-D#-F# C#-F-G# D#-F#-A# F-G#-B# F#-A#-C#
A Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes A B C# D E F# G
Chords A Bm C#dim D Em F#m G
Notes in chord A-C#-E B-D-F# C#-E-G D-F#-A E-G-B F#-A-C# G-B-D
A# / Bb Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes A# B# C## D# F G G#
Chords A#m B#m C##dim D# Fm Gm G#
Notes in chord A#-C##-F B#-D#-G C##-F-G# D#-G-A# F-G#-B# G-A#-C## G#-B#-D#
B Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes B C# D# E F# G# A
Chords B C#m D#dim E F#m G#m A
Notes in chord B-D-F# C#-E-G# D#-F#-A E-G#-B F#-A-C# G#-B-D# A-C#-E
C Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes C D E F G A Bb
Chords C Dm Edim F Gm Am Bb
Notes in chord C-E-G D-F-A E-G-Bb F-A-C G-Bb-D A-C-E Bb-D-F
C# / Db Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes C# D# E# F# G# A# B
Chords C# D#m E#dim F# G#m A#m B
Notes in chord C#-E#-G# D#-F#-A# E#-G#-B F#-A#-C# G#-B-D# A#-C#-E# B-D#-F#
D Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes D E F# G A B C
Chords D Em F#dim G Am Bm C
Notes in chord D-F#-A E-G-B F#-A-C G-B-D A-C-E B-D-F# C-E-G
D# / Eb Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes D# E# F## G# A# B# C#
Chords D# E#m F##dim G# A#m B#m C#
Notes in chord D#-F##-A# E#-G#-B# F##-A#-C# G#-B#-D# A#-C#-E# B#-D#-G C#-E#-G#
E Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes E F# G# A B C# D
Chords E F#m G#dim A Bm C#m D
Notes in chord E-G#-B F#-B-C# G#-B-D A-C#-E B-D-F# C#-E-G# D-F#-A
F Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes F G A Bb C D Eb
Chords F Gm Adim Bb Cm Dm Eb
Notes in chord F-A-C G-Bb-D A-C-D Bb-D-F C-Eb-G D-F-A Eb-G-Bb
F# / Gb Mixolydian Scale Three-note chords
Degrees im iim iiiø IV v vi VII
Notes F# G# A# B C# D# E
Chords F# G#m A#dim B C#m D#m E
Notes in chord F#-A#-C# G#-B-D# A#-C#-D# B-D#-F# C#-E-G# D#-F#-A# E-G#-B

Understanding the table and its symbols

The tables give plenty of information and if you didn't grasp it all please read on.

Degrees: Referring to the relations of the notes in the scale on a general basis. These have Roman numerals, why is explained below.
Notes: Simply referring to the notes in the particular scale.
Chords: Referring to the chord with the same tonic as the note.
Notes in chord: Simply referring to the notes belonging to the chord.
Roman numerals: Roman numerals indicate chord categories. Uppercase Roman numerals represent major chords while lowercase Roman numerals represent minor chords.
°: The degree symbol represents diminished (dim).
Ø: This symbol represents a half-diminished chord.

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