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Modulation                                   49
(2) Another device is to take the II of the new key, and then proceed as usual, e.g.,
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(3) Again, the I2 of the new key may be taken on an accent; this must, of course, be approached regularly; e.g.,
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(4) JThe new tonic may be taken direct, if treated with such prominence that it asserts itself as a key-chord.
Exercise 19.
(a)   Play all the above devices in every major and minor key.
(b)   Vary these by introducing passing-notes, neigh­bours and suspensions.
(c)   Play phrases in various keys, in each case modulat­ing to one of the five next related keys.
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