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Scale Name Tradition: East European

Musical Scale names that derive from the group of European nations with similar musical heritage and cultural influences of Greek, Byzantine, Russian, and Ottoman; including but not limited to: Romanian, Moldovian, Estonian, Latvian, Ukranian, Czech, Croatian, Polish, Slovavia, Serbian.

877Moravian Pistalkova{0,2,3,5,6,8,9}
2353Bacovia Pentatonic{0,4,5,8,11}