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Does anyone know how to learn the set works for a level music??
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This is what I've done:

- Annotate (ie write on) your score using the Edexcel notes for each piece, colour-coded (for me: purple = performance forces, green = texture, red = harmony + tonality, blue = melody + rhythm)

- Make a big table summarising the Edexcel points into concise words with musical language and reference eg for harmony in Corelli Trio in D one point would be 'functional harmony (eg perfect cadence b19)'

- Review these by testing yourself or writing quick essay plans and checking what you missed out (remember though maximum of 4 illustrated points per composer per feature)
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