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What should you put in your notes about your composition? I'm struggling how to talk about my free composition at the moment. Thank you
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You could put what you used in terms of tonality, instrumentation, structure etc. and why you've done it; how you portray what you want the audience to hear.
To help think about what type of audience you've written the piece to; my free composition was toyshop and I made it specific for children, so my piece was light and playful (for example)
You could write about what timbres you've used and what mood it brings
Also think about harmony, what chords you used. Also mention the melody if you do so.
There is a lot you can mention. I did AQA, so it gave us a list and we chose 3 to write
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