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yeah i meant concertino for the first one, got most of what you were saying so a bit calmer! still worried though aha! the sheet music i remember i put 3/4 for the time signature! got an A in the prelim so hoping i will be able to do get it again ahh the stress of exams
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I put imperfect for that, but my music teacher said it was perfect...

hope your teacher is right!
I also put imperfect so I hope so too! My teacher said atonal instead polytonality also... starting to worry now! Also, I put jazz instead of jazz-funk so I'm hoping they'll give me the mark!

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i think for the sheet music i put 3/4 for the time signature, the fill in the gaps i said simple time and that the rhymic groupings were triples, had piccolos and snare drums and timpani and wooden blocks, was there another multiple choice question i am forgetting?
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I also put imperfect so I hope so too! My teacher said atonal instead polytonality also... starting to worry now! Also, I put jazz instead of jazz-funk so I'm hoping they'll give me the mark!

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My thinking was that if polytonality means more than one tone, surely that can't be the answers as atonal is a lack of a tone...ah well

I thought it went pretty well actually Glad they gave pretty clear examples of the ornaments in the bubble question because I'm normally really bad at listening out for them. Pretty fair paper overall I'd say.

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I also put imperfect so I hope so too! My teacher said atonal instead polytonality also... starting to worry now! Also, I put jazz instead of jazz-funk so I'm hoping they'll give me the mark!

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for the atonal i put modal! total guess, sure you have done fine! they are bound to give you the mark for Jazz
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i think for the sheet music i put 3/4 for the time signature, the fill in the gaps i said simple time and that the rhymic groupings were triples, had piccolos and snare drums and timpani and wooden blocks, was there another multiple choice question i am forgetting?
Yeah I got the triplets as well I put 3/4 for the sheet music but apparently it was compound time so it should have been 6/8 . I wasn't really listening out for the timing, I just had a quick count of the simplest bar I could find before the music came on...whoops Hopefully they just give it for 3/4 anyway!
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ahhh i am so stressed i have ****ed it up big time aha!
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My thinking was that if polytonality means more than one tone, surely that can't be the answers as atonal is a lack of a tone...ah well

I thought it went pretty well actually Glad they gave pretty clear examples of the ornaments in the bubble question because I'm normally really bad at listening out for them. Pretty fair paper overall I'd say.

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That's true... holding out for atonal to be the answer!

Same actually, I thought it was definitely a fair paper based on my teacher's answers (which of course may not all be correct) I have either 29/30 out of 40 and I'm feeling good about my instruments so I'm hoping for an A!
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for the atonal i put modal! total guess, sure you have done fine! they are bound to give you the mark for Jazz
I don't think it was modal as they piece was (I think) modern, and modes only existed in the Renaissance period. But I may have remembered it incorrectly! Ohh I hope so!
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That's true... holding out for atonal to be the answer!

Same actually, I thought it was definitely a fair paper based on my teacher's answers (which of course may not all be correct) I have either 29/30 out of 40 and I'm feeling good about my instruments so I'm hoping for an A!
can you remember your teachers answers?
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Yeah I got the triplets as well I put 3/4 for the sheet music but apparently it was compound time so it should have been 6/8 . I wasn't really listening out for the timing, I just had a quick count of the simplest bar I could find before the music came on...whoops Hopefully they just give it for 3/4 anyway!
Was it 6/8!? DAMN IT! I put 3/4 also
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can you remember your teachers answers?
If I had a copy of all the questions I would probably be able to remember them. Anyone got a copy?
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Was it 6/8!? DAMN IT! I put 3/4 also
Remember this is from the guy who put polytonality instead of atonal...maybe he's just over-thinking things.
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I did the paper again last night and gave it to my music teacher this morning to check.

Once I have the answers back I'll post them.
do you happen to have a copy of the questions?
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Remember this is from the guy who put polytonality instead of atonal...maybe he's just over-thinking things.
I hope so! It's just hearing different answers is getting me a bit stressed! haha
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I hope so! It's just hearing different answers is getting me a bit stressed! haha
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i remembered another multiple choice question, it had appoggiatura, neo classical, obbligatto, bassoon and other possibilities! anyone else remember it? of so what did you get?
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i remembered another multiple choice question, it had appoggiatura, neo classical, obbligatto, bassoon and other possibilities! anyone else remember it? of so what did you get?
I think I remember this one! I put Neo-Classical, Bassoon and Appoggiatura and my music teacher said they were right What did you get?
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WHOOOOO I GOT THIS and see in the fill in the gaps was it in simple time? there is hope of an A yet
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what about the one with hemiola, galliard, pavan, renaissance, sitar, homophony and harmonics for one?
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