1. What is the main rhythm in no 3?
- Syncopated rhythms
- Held minims
- Fast contrasting semiquaver rhythms
- Consitent crotchets
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2. Where does the A natural in bar 2 in no 3 come from?
- Ascending natural minor scale
- Descending melodic minor scale
- Descending harmonic minor scale
- Ascending melodic minor scale
3. What key are the interrupted cadences in, in no 3?
- G in 12-13 and F# in 18-19
- F in 8-9 and C in 16-17
- G in 10-11 and Em in 12-13
- A in 1-2 and D in 4-5
4. What kind of sophisticated harmony is found in no 1?
- Dminished 7ths in bars 1 and 3 & unrelated chords of B and G played one after another in bar 12
- Neopolitan 6th chords in bars 5 and 7
- Augmented chords in bars 2 and 4
- Sus 9 chords in bars 11-12 and unrelated chords of F# and E played in bar 8
5. What rhythmical devices are used to add to the dreamy nature in no 1?
- Blurred rhythms, use of the soft pedal and uneven pulse
- Blurred rhythms, rubato and ritardano followed by a pause
- Over use of sustain pedal, pauses in every bar and held notes
- Held notes, overlapping rhythms and pp dynamics