Why might a composer (musical) use silence in a…

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  1. Katefaber

    Katefaber New Member

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    Why might a composer (musical) use silence in a piece of music? A. To mark the formal structure B. To represent an idea C. To create dramatic tension D. All of the above
     
  2. Ohayo

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    I think that your real and true answer would MOST LIKELY be A. To mark a formal structure. Formal music is silence. NO ONE IS SINGING. WELCOME
     

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