enharmonic modulation

enharmonic modulation

n
(Music, other) music a change of key achieved by regarding a note in one key as an equivalent note in another. Thus E flat in the key of A flat could be regarded as D sharp in the key of B major
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Walker hears many of Liszt's essays in musical poetry as anticipating Mahler, with affective tonal ambiguities, clever enharmonic modulations, and thoughtful moments of word painting enriching the German song landscape considerably.
The "cloying" and "cliches" are here seen as "a more contemporary attitude and acceptance of chromatic harmony, including key relationships of the third, enharmonic modulations, altered dominants, and nonfunctional progressions.