I have the problem, that I have two parts for a new piece I have in progress, which I want to connect. Unfortunately the fist one is in g-minor, the second one in e-minor (*). So, I am searching for a modulation from g-minor to e-minor with "jazzy/brazilian"(**) sounding chords.
Right now I have the idea of:
g-minor e7#9 f# dim7 B7
But I am not total happy with that yet, and I lack of an idea for going back to g-minor.
Just to start again with g-minor after the e-minor part sounds too strange.
Can anyone help me with some sample chord progressions, especially an idea for going back again?
That would be great, many thanks in advance.
(*) There is no chance to transpose the e-minor part because of the open e string I use; and the g-minor part only can be transposed to "higher" tones (i.e a-minor, b-minor etc...), because in lower places it would become "unplayable".
(**) Recently, I started to compose pieces, which are more or less influenced by the last pieces I learned, mostly by south-american composers like Barrios Mangoré, Dilermando Reis, Antonio Lauro.