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FIGURED BASS
The principles of figured bass remain the same with the addition of secondary triads.

CHROMATIC TO DIATONIC
The pivot chord will be chromatic in the old key and diatonic in the new key using chromatic to diatonic modulations.

FIGURE 18.3. Modulation Using the Chromatic to Diatonic Pivot Chord
CHROMATIC TO CHROMATIC
The pivot chord will be chromatic in both the old and new keys using chromatic to chromatic modulations.

FIGURE 18.4. Modulation Using the Chromatic to Chromatic Pivot Chord
ENHARMONIC MODULATION
An enharmonic modulation occurs when the pivot chord sounds the same in both keys and is enharmonically spelled in the new key.

FIGURE 18.5. Modulation Using the Enharmonically Spelled Pivot Chord
CHANGE OF MODE
A change of mode is a modulation that occurs when a major or minor key modulates to its parallel key.

FIGURE 18.6. Change of Mode

 



 


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