My music teacher showed me what he got after the exam (gotta assume he's right for most of them
(Original post by Emma_Lawrie)
Heey, i was wondering what the answers were, i can remember some of my answers,(found the paper hard) and found the last question tricky
! the first one i think i got basso continuo, trill and concerto grosso, then for the bubble i said acciaccatura, turn, chromatic scale, a french horn and perfect, the questions that asked about the song remedy, i put that the chord was a dominant 7th, there was another that asked you to tick 4 boxes, i put sitar, homophony, hemiola and harmonics( think its wrong), and was the fill in the gaps question by a windband? if you could post the actual answers it would be good! Think i have done well in my practical but feel stressed about the listening paper! Any who going to study chemistry and english
for question 1 it was concertino, concerto grosso and trill
for question 2 it was acciaccatura, turn, major, french horn and perfect
can't remember much from the sheet music question.
one of the other questions had plainchant, lied, augmented (i think), polytonality (i thought it was atonal but the start of it counted as a different key or something), jazz-funk and irregular metres. i don't know if those answers are all from the same question, but chances are if you remember writing them then they're right.
the one after that was galliard and hemiola (can't remember the other two, think one of them was homophonic).
the windband one had a snare drum, bass drum and woodblock (though he wasn't too sure with those) and the trombones played a glissando. can't remember anything else from that.
finally, the dreaded grid question. harmonic minor was certainly in excerpt one and excerpt 2 was in a major key, but i can't remember the rest and my teacher wasn't too sure about his answers anyway.
again, these are just his answers so might not be right (and i may have remembered them incorrectly anyway ) but i hope this helps
Edit: I think the instrument in the winband was a piccolo!
Last edited by why-hello-there; 12-05-2012 at 15:16.