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Tones derived from different degrees but practically identical in pitch, like C-sharp and D-flat on a piano. Enharmonic chords are chords differing in notation but alike in sound; such chords are called ‘enharmonically changed’, and passing from one to the other is an ‘enharmonic modulation’.

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