Sultry Sarabande and Groovy Gigue

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1. SARABANDE - What kind of runs are used? Where?

  • Scalic and triadic. Bar 11, from high-octave 'A'.
  • Triadic only. Bar 7, from high-octave 'A'.
  • Arpeggio-based passages. Bar 28, from high-octave 'A'.
  • Scalic and triadic. Bar 9, from high-octave 'A'.
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2. GIGUE - What kind of metre is this piece in?

  • Complex triple time
  • Compound triple time
  • Easy triple time
  • Simple triple time

3. SARABANDE - What is notable about the ornamentation and embellishments in the piece?

  • Written out
  • Non-functional harmony
  • Not used at all
  • Used, but not written out

4. BOTH - How often do the pieces use sequencing?

  • HELLA
  • Never
  • Frequently
  • Rarely

5. SARABANDE - What form is this piece in?

  • Binary form with fugal elements
  • Ternary form
  • Rounded Binary form
  • Rondo form

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