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fully-diminished chord for chromatic modulation

@phoog's answer clarifies much of the confusion with regard to the figured bass analysis, but this may be helpful to know going forward... Any fully-diminished seventh chord can be used to modulate to ...
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fully-diminished chord for chromatic modulation

It is indeed an error, likely due to copy and paste. It's also the first time I've seen the diminished circle being used to denote an augmented fourth. The diminished chord, by the way, is a triad, ...
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Waltz in e minor by Ferdinando Carulli

The piece has a prominent key change from E minor to G major. The piece has four sections, each repeated, denoted in the image below as A, B, C, and D. Sections A and B are in E minor, while sections ...
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