That doesn't sound like modulation to me. Sounds more like a progression or vamp that simply has the chords B major and C major in it.Buleriachk wrote:If I did a modulation from C major to B Major, it would be in the context of
(B Flamenco Phrygian Mode) |Em-> | D-> | B-> | C | or,
alternatively in the progression |C -> B -> | C -> B | (Thie is the "key" for the palo of Granadinas)
Here the B acts as a "question" and the C acts as an "answer" in a repetive progression (Like F and E for E Phrygian).
Very different from establishing a key and then moving away from it by some means, into another key, which is then itself established as the new key area through tonicization. I'm talking about being in one key for several (10s to 100s of) measures and then moving to another key that then also lasts for some time before (perhaps) going back to the original key. Over long spans of musical material. Not single progressions or vamps.