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Photographs: Cambridge in the Snow
Oct 11, 2006 ... Cambridge in the Snow. First Set · Kings and Queens · Johns, Trinity and Clare. Photographs. Cambridge in the Snow ...
GCSE Music Notes
GCSE Music Notes. 1. Renaissance Music ... Return to the GCSE Notes Page. Updated: 11th October, 2006. Copyright © 1999-2006 Richard Fuller. GCSE Music ...
Causes of the Second World War
Oct 11, 2006 ... The Second World War was caused by Fascist aggression and the failure of democratic powers to stop this aggression. ...
Baroque Music (1600-1750)
Oct 11, 2006 ... Sonata means sounded (to be played). Many Baroque sonatas were for ... both concerto grossos and solo concertos, his most famous being 'The ...
ODP Smileys
8-) Green happy smiley from rpfuller 8-( Green unhappy smiley from imla 8-| Green neutral smiley from rpfuller >8-( Green and very unhappy smiley from imla ...
Peace Treaties with Germany's Allies (1919-23)
Oct 11, 2006 ... Peace Treaties with Germany's Allies (1919-23). Refer to the map showing the land losses of Germany’s Allies. Introduction ...
Baroque Music (1600-1750)
Oct 11, 2006 ... All the composer wrote down beneath the melody was a bass line to be ... Sonata means sounded (to be played). Many Baroque sonatas were for ...
Renaissance Music (1450-1600)
Feb 12, 2007 ... Whereas a Medieval composer tended to contrast the separate strands of his music, a Renaissance composer aimed to blend them together. ...
Renaissance Music (1450-1600)
Feb 12, 2007 ... The style of renaissance church music is described as choral polyphony (polyphonic, counterpoint, contrapuntal), meaning more than one part. ...
Classical Music (1750-1810)
Oct 11, 2006 ... Recapitulation: The music is repeated from the beginning, but the second ... Beethoven modified Classical music. His music is weightier, ...
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