Tonal Center may be deﬁned as: the scale from which the letters and scale degree tone numbers of the harmony originate. Modulation simply means: to change. The tonal center may be any type of scale. For example: major, natural minor, whole tone, etc. In this lesson you will learn to identify the tonal center scale by just knowing the harmony symbol.
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