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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    What did you guys put for a feature of the development section?
    Its based on the first subject of the exposition
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    I'm sure it is fine because it means 5 in Roman numerals
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    (Original post by zeldor711)
    Would putting V be fine?
    Not so sure on that as 'V' is generally used for cadences and not Scales but not sure. But yeah it does mean 5 so it might be accepted


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    (Original post by Andreahdlfuente)
    Its based on the first subject of the exposition
    Do you think I'm right for saying that is goes through the circle of fifths?
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    What did you guys put for what the double bass does in miles davis- strum or pluck the riff?
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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    What did you guys put for what the double bass does in miles davis- strum or pluck the riff?
    Plucked riff


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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    What did you guys put for what the double bass does in miles davis- strum or pluck the riff?
    Do you mean in Electric Counterpoint? In All Blues I think it asked about playing chords/one bar riff by bow/plucked.
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    (Original post by zeldor711)
    Do you mean in Electric Counterpoint? In All Blues I think it asked about playing chords/one bar riff by bow/plucked.
    The one in miles davis
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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    The one in miles davis
    What did u put ?
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    (Original post by Mayfate)
    How did everybody find the exam?
    I loved the essay question- thankgod for Handel😂
    The other bits werent my best but decent-ish ://

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    ATTEMPT AT UNOFFICIAL MARKSCHEME:
    - sorry i dont remember much- i'll need help for answers etc!😉
    I don't remember how they phrased the questions but heres the ones i remember- sorry if the answers wrong- if you remember any more comment below and correct me

    1. Mozart
    Which subject is this part from? = 1st subject
    What are featurss of the development section in sonata form ?= themes taken through variations, its based on exposition, ...
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    2. Chopin:What is the degree of the scale? =Dominant pedal/5th
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    3. Shoenberg-Peripetie

    Which instrument begins the extract: French horn, Tuba, Oboe or ?Violin? ...

    Is the texture: Heterophonic, Homophonic , monophonic or Polyphonic = Monophonic

    After the violin solo, describe what the cello, oboe etc do melodywise?=

    What is the tonality?- Atonal
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    4. Electric Counterpoint
    What was the live performance guitar part called= Resultant melody
    How many bass guitars are there?= 2
    What is the texture?= Polyphonic
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    5. Miles Davis
    Which part is at the beginning of the extract?=
    Which is the part where the trumpet comes in? =
    Which two instruments accompany the riff?"The bass ____ of the ____ for 1 bar" Words to choose from: Plucking, Strumming, Bowing, Tremolo, Chords, .....?=
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    6. Jeff Buckley
    Write in the 4 notes: F (same note as previous note) ,E,D, C#
    Describe the vocal part?
    Give two musical reasons why you like or dislike the piece
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    7. YiriDescribe the melody of 'Yiri', Give two reasons-

    What do the balafons play: Ostinati, chords, .... , ..... -

    Describe the 3 textures in this extract :

    How can pitch of the drum be changed? =Playing the drum on the edge and in the centre will have different pitches.
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    8. Rag Desh:

    What is the vocal raga called? - Bandish
    Which string instrument plays? - Sarangi/Sitar (I think is correct)

    What is the mood of the piece? - ??? "Rag desh is supposed o be played at night during rainy season. It's meant to give the feeling of romance and devotion" I assume thats the answer?

    Name two parts of the Alap?- Drone, no pulse or beat/other accompaniment, notes of chosen rag are introduced

    What is the rhythmic cycle called? - Tala
    3. Peripetie
    I think it was the french horn that played first.

    4. Electric Counterpoint
    The true/false thing was
    It changes metre - true
    The tempo increases - false
    It does not change key -false
    It is polyphonic - true

    5. Davis
    The first bit I said was the link. The part where the trumpet comes in is the head.

    7. Yiri
    I put ostinato and solo. For the changing the pitch thing, I wrote 1. where you hit the drum (ie. in the middle or on the rim) and 2. I wrote there's a part you can slide to change the pitch, which is kinda true but a better answer is that you squeeze it.

    8. Rag Desh
    The string instrument is the sarangi - there's no sitar
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    (Original post by nicolxkub)
    Plucked riff


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    Phew
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    (Original post by boojiebaba)
    3. Peripetie
    I think it was the french horn that played first.

    4. Electric Counterpoint
    The true/false thing was
    It changes metre - true
    The tempo increases - false
    It does not change key -false
    It is polyphonic - true

    5. Davis
    The first bit I said was the link. The part where the trumpet comes in is the head.

    7. Yiri
    I put ostinato and solo. For the changing the pitch thing, I wrote 1. where you hit the drum (ie. in the middle or on the rim) and 2. I wrote there's a part you can slide to change the pitch, which is kinda true but a better answer is that you squeeze it.

    8. Rag Desh
    The string instrument is the sarangi - there's no sitar
    Not saying you wrong but for yiri isn't it only the djembe and talking drums that play the ostinato?
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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    What did you guys put for a feature of the development section?
    I put minor keys, which is wrong so sorry idk 😂
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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    The one in miles davis
    I think I put plucked the one bar riff
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    (Original post by zeldor711)
    I think I put plucked the one bar riff
    Alright, same here
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    (Original post by Jesnazzy)
    I put minor keys, which is wrong so sorry idk 😂
    Lol thanks anyway
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    There was a 2 mark opinion question on Grace!
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    (Original post by Rebecca-Joseph)
    Not saying you wrong but for yiri isn't it only the djembe and talking drums that play the ostinato?
    There was a question on it way back in 2010 or 2011 - there's definitely an balaphon ostinato so I put that but I don't know if it was in the extract!
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    (Original post by nomiskelly)
    Does anyone know what the tonality of "fire" was in Grace? I put major because I sung the interval in my head and it sounded more like a major scale.

    Plus do you think I will get a mark for saying "5th degree" for Chopin? I was going to put dominant down but I was afraid that I got the wrong name haha
    Me& my friends put chromatic for the 'fire' in Grace?
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    There were four like melodies on the ending flute part in peripetie, was it the first one??
 
 
 
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