By Lemony Snicket
Because the 3 Baudelaire orphans warily strategy their new domestic Prufrock Preparatory college : they can′t aid yet become aware of the large stone arch bearing the school′s motto keepsake Mori or "Remember you are going to die." this isn't a happy greeting and definitely marks an inauspicious commencing to a truly bleak tale simply as we've got come to anticipate from Lemony Snickett′s sequence of unlucky occasions, the deliciously morbid set of books that all started with The undesirable starting and merely acquired worse.
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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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