BENJAMIN BRITTEN’S THE YOUNG PERSONS’ GUIDE TO THE ORCHESTRA (VARIATIONS AND FUGUE ON A THEME OF PURCELL): HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE THE RHYTHM (REGULAR, SYNCOPATED, POLYRHYTHMIC, OR NONMETRIC) AND METER (SIMPLE, DUPLE, TRIPLE, QUADRUPLE, COMPOUND, OR SEXTUP

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1. Listen to Benjamin Britten’s The Young Persons’ Guide to the Orchestra (Variations and Fugue on a Theme of Purcell) written in 1946.
• How would you describe the rhythm (regular, syncopated, polyrhythmic, or nonmetric) and meter (simple, duple, triple, quadruple, compound, or sextuple)?

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