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SUBJECT AREA Music
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CREATED ON 16th November 2017
COMPLETED ON 18th November 2017
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Compare and contrast “Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune” and “Fünf Orchesterstücke”

First paragraph, discuss the pieces’ similarities, second paragraph discuss the pieces’ differences, third paragraph discuss how these two pieces depict the characteristics of twentieth century music.
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