Share a favourite harmonic moment.
I guess this could either be a chord change, or a bunch of chords. Or the sound of a chord, maybe. Often with a beautiful harmonic moment, it’s the accumulation of things that lead up to a harmonic shift. It might involve preparation, anticipation, surprise, modulation. All kinds of good stuff.
One of my favourite harmonic moments happens at the end of Chopin’s Prelude in E minor. It’s at 1:30 – 1:32 ish on this recording. Stomach crunching. It will make you want to curl up into a ball.
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