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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    Hi! The answers to those are 1. French horn 2. Allegro 3. Sequence 4. Concerto
    What were the options for 3 again? Sequence, pentatonic and what? I can't remember if I picked sequence or the third one
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    (Original post by jj1814)
    What were the options for 3 again? Sequence, pentatonic and what? I can't remember if I picked sequence or the third one
    It was a descant, which is to do with voices usually (the higher countermelody)
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    Also, for the question about the song "When I was five my brother stole my lollipop" I'm pretty certain the answer was bass and syllabic?
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    (Original post by imcalledrebecca)
    Also, for the question about the song "When I was five my brother stole my lollipop" I'm pretty certain the answer was bass and syllabic?
    What was the options for that question I remember picking bass
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    (Original post by James26488)
    What was the options for that question I remember picking bass
    Bass, Tenor, Soprano then syllabic or meismatic
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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    For the two answer and explain it was 1. Jig and compound time 2. Latin American and use of percussion or you could specify castanets or drums
    There was a bothy ballad and the answer following that was strophic.
    The written question you needed to put 3/4 andante or adagio, v above bar 9, chord of f major, and just a descending sequence for the notes.
    Thank goodness it's a jig my main pressure of nat 5 music was to tell the differemce between a jig and a reel and people in my year were saying and justifying why it was a reel Thanks for letting me know Also for the latin american one I mentioned the instruments but just to add something etra I said something about syncopation because that's usually in alot of latin music and samba do you think it's ok I said that?
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    (Original post by studyranger)
    Thank goodness it's a jig my main pressure of nat 5 music was to tell the differemce between a jig and a reel and people in my year were saying and justifying why it was a reel Thanks for letting me know Also for the latin american one I mentioned the instruments but just to add something etra I said something about syncopation because that's usually in alot of latin music and samba do you think it's ok I said that?
    You should be fine. The SQA tend to have a few optional answers for give the reason questions.
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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    You should be fine. The SQA tend to have a few optional answers for give the reason questions.
    Thank you and what were the answers for the vocal section?
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    (Original post by studyranger)
    Thank you and what were the answers for the vocal section?
    Two was bass and syllabic and the first was an aria.
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    (Original post by Abbyy1234)
    Two was bass and syllabic and the first was an aria.
    Ok cool and last question sorry but for the one that had the various people singing and the options were mouth music other stuff and Acapella the answer was Acapella right?
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    I'm so gutted i thought it was reel
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    What did you get for the question that asked about what the large orchestral piece was. It was the one that you had to fill the blanks in the sentences for tonality etc
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    Anyone going to be taking higher next year?
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    (Original post by James26488)
    Anyone going to be taking higher next year?
    No I would if I could take 6 highers but I might just crash it in 6th year
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    (Original post by studyranger)
    No I would if I could take 6 highers but I might just crash it in 6th year
    I was considering doing that but i'll just take it next year and then go on to do another subject in S6
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    (Original post by imcalledrebecca)
    It was a descant, which is to do with voices usually (the higher countermelody)
    Aw no I picked that (Only because I didn't know what it meant!)

    Does anybody have a note of all the answers they could post here?

    Also I gave more than one reason for Latin American, is that okay or will I lose the mark? And for Jig I just said 3 beats in a bar (idk if it's right!), will I get a mark?
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    1a) Rock ’n’ Roll
    b) Walking (bass/line)
    c) Ragtime
    d) Brass
    e) Harpsichord
    f) Contrapuntal

    2a) Trumpet
    b) Syncopation
    c) Simple
    d) Glissando?

    3a) Andante/Adagio
    b) 3/4
    c) Bar 9
    d) Tone/Second
    e) F
    f) E D C (using the given rhythm)

    4a) Aria
    b) Bass + Syllabic
    c) A capella
    d) Change of key
    e) Bothy Ballad
    f) Strophic
    g) Last chord option: G Em C D

    Unsure about the order I've put these in (Q4 parts), the order is almost certainly wrong but the answers are right.

    5a) French Horn
    b) Andante or Adagio: I'm unsure about this one
    c) Sequence
    d) Concerto

    6) major+ arco+ symphony

    7a) Jig
    b) Compound time, light + bouncy, variety of other answers
    c) Latin American
    d) Bongo drums + other percussion instruments + syncopation + Spanish/Portuguese words + variety of other answers

    8) Celtic Rock

    Rhythm/Tempo: Adagio/Andante + 2/4 beats a bar + simple/compound time
    Melody/harmony: Soloist Bagpipe + Grace notes + Accidentals
    Instruments/voices: Piano + Guitar then Drum Fill leading to entry of Drum Kit and Bagpipe
    Dynamics: mf to f after drum fill; crescendo

    Again, variety of valid answers here.
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    (Original post by Rick_mukherjee)
    1a) Rock ’n’ Roll
    b) Walking (bass/line)
    c) Ragtime
    d) Brass
    e) Harpsichord
    f) Contrapuntal

    2a) Trumpet
    b) Syncopation
    c) Simple
    d) Glissando?

    3a) Andante/Adagio
    b) 3/4
    c) Bar 9
    d) Tone/Second
    e) F
    f) E D C (using the given rhythm)

    4a) Aria
    b) Bass + Syllabic
    c) A capella
    d) Change of key
    e) Bothy Ballad
    f) Strophic
    g) Last chord option: G Em C D

    Unsure about the order I've put these in (Q4 parts), the order is almost certainly wrong but the answers are right.

    5a) French Horn
    b) Andante or Adagio: I'm unsure about this one
    c) Sequence
    d) Concerto

    6) major+ arco+ symphony

    7a) Jig
    b) Compound time, light + bouncy, variety of other answers
    c) Latin American
    d) Bongo drums + other percussion instruments + syncopation + Spanish/Portuguese words + variety of other answers

    8) Celtic Rock

    Rhythm/Tempo: Adagio/Andante + 2/4 beats a bar + simple/compound time
    Melody/harmony: Soloist Bagpipe + Grace notes + Accidentals
    Instruments/voices: Piano + Guitar then Drum Fill leading to entry of Drum Kit and Bagpipe
    Dynamics: mf to f after drum fill; crescendo

    Again, variety of valid answers here.
    Thanks, I feel confident now! It was a really great paper
 
 
 
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