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Section 4: Measures 25-32


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Carulli 'Waltz In E Minor' Op. 241 No. 21

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The fourth section uses the same chords as the third section, but like before reverses the order. Again, this is a common device in classical pieces. Instead of starting on the tonic chord G major (I), it starts on the dominant chord D7 (V7) and moves back to the tonic G major (I) at the end.

It also includes a neat modulation to A7 (the V of V) before heading to the D7 (v7) and G (I) at the end.
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