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In music, chromatic mediants are "altered mediant and submediant chords."A chromatic mediant relationship defined conservatively is a relationship between two sections and/or chords whose roots are related by a major third or minor third, and contain one common tone (thereby sharing the same quality, i.e. major or minor). Source: Wikipedia So yes. If you ...


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Now, I know that the second to last chord, I want to be either a B7 or a D#°7, since both of those are dominant function chords that will smoothly resolve to E major. I agree with you that the omnibus progression has to be in B7. But can E major be reached by an omnibus progression from C major or a chord closely related to C major? I don't know a trick ...


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