By Liz Kessler
On her option to stopover at her ally, Autumn, Jenni eco-friendly abruptly reveals she's been transported precisely twelve months ahead in time. Now she discovers that during the 12 months that's passed by, tragedy has struck and her friendship with Autumn seriously isn't a similar back. yet what prompted the tragedy?
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Antiphonal parts have been added which are passed within the string section, creating links to early Bach Brandenburg Concertos. The overall composition uses a ternary structure cementing links with classical controlled structure. (Exemplar text for GCSE music by Barrie McArdie, Queensbury School, Bradford) (See Handout 4b on the DVD for examples of colour-coded exemplar text from a range of subjects). From this point on, all exemplar text is ‘colour coded’ at some stage in each unit. The key to the coding in this book is shown in the right-hand column below.
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