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Old 06-11-2019, 05:29 AM
JonPR JonPR is offline
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Originally Posted by RJVB View Post
FWIW and probably irrelevant here, I picked up somewhere that many raised 4ths indicate modulation to the dominant.
Sometimes, yes. In this case, given a key of F major, a B natural might be used as part of a G7 or Bdim chord to resolve to C (the V or dominant of F). Very common in classical, jazz, even in pop and rock sometimes.
Not what's happening in this tune, though.
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