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36 Strategies To Say It In Different Words A Hyper-Text Paraphrase Manual Dr. David F. Maas October 3, 2011

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Add Adjective AddAdverb Add Agent Add Appositive Add Lead-in Add Prepositional Phrase Add Relative Clause Add Subordinating Conjunction Add Verbs

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Change Passive to Active Voice Change Word Order

E-Prime Strategies
E-Prime Strategy: Add Agent or Subject E-Prime Strategy: Replace Expletive Place Holder with Agent or Subject E-Prime Strategy: Replace Linking Verb with Action Verb E-Prime Strategy:Subject Complement becomes Subject

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Replace Adjective with Prepositional Phrase Replace Adjective with Verb Replace Adverb with Adjective Replace Adverb with Prepositional Phrase Replace Apostrophe with a Prepositional Phrase Replace Noun with Adjective Replace Participle with a Verb Replace Preposition with Adverb Replace Prepositional Phrase with a Clause Replace Propositional Phrase with Infinitive Phrase Replace Prepositional Phrase with Participle Replace Pronoun with Proper Noun

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Replace Relative Clause With Past Participle Replace Subordinate Clause with an Appositive Replace Verb Phrase with Subordinate Clause Replace Verb with Participle

Synonym Substitution
Synonym Substitution: Adjectives Synonym Substitution: Nouns Synonym Substitution: Prepositions Synonym Substitution: Subordinate Clauses Synonym Substitution: Verbs Synonym Substitution: Verb Phrases

Dr. David F. Maas has undertaken to model five basic patterns of paraphrasing, including adding words, changing syntactical order, using EPrime strategies, replacing grammatical categories, and using synonym substitution. This work is merely a prototype, a preview of a larger, more expansive work to come out in the future. The hypertext table of contents should enable the student to locate pertinent examples quickly.

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Add Adjective(s) 5. The vigorous finale combines elements of sonata and rondo form and ends with a climactic fugato in which in the opening theme of the first movement reappears. In the vigorous finale, the players combine elements of the sonata and rondo form, ending with a powerful climactic fugato ( in the style of a fugue or an interweaving of themes) ,reintroducing the theme from the first movement.(3)

Add Adjective(s) : The instrumental choirs/the various instrumental sections The tempo wavers, disintegrates ; the instrumental choirs lose synch with each other , accelerate at vertiginously varying attempt. According to Mark Adamo, as the temper wavers, the various instrumental sections go out of sync, accelerating into confused states. (04)

1Schumann sketched the music of his piano quintet in just five days in September 1842, and he completed the score on October 12. According to musicologist Leonard Burkat, Robert Schumann drafted the music of his brilliant piano quartet in September 1842, in an impressive five short days, completing the entire score by October 12,1842.

1Schumann sketched the music of his piano quintet in just five days in September 1842, and he completed the score on October 12. According to musicologist Leonard Burkat, Robert Schumann drafted the music of his brilliant piano quartet in September 1842, in an impressive five short days, completing the entire score by October 12,1842

Add Word: Adjective 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blend the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance.

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Add Adverb(s) 2 In November it was read through at the Schumann home in Leipzig by a quartet of distinguished string players and Clara Schuman, the composers wife, who was one of the greatest pianists of the time. Later, in November, a quartet of accomplished string players as well as Robert Schumanns wife Clara, noted as one of the most virtuoso pianists of the time sight-read the piece through at the Schumann home in Leipzig.

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Add Agent The first movement, subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance begins in fury. A single incisive string tone hardens from a keen to a snarl before percussion strikes it silent. According to Mark Adamo, in the first movement, which Carigliano subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance, the theme begins furiously and becomes bolder before the percussion snuffs it out.(04)

Add Appositive 3 At a private performance in December Felix Mendelssohn played the piano part. Composer and pianist Felix Mendelssohn played the piano part at a private performance in December of that year. Add Appositive 3He discussed the possibilities with Francois Mauriac and a scenario was devised, starting with the young mans desire for a military life, his disillusionment with the brutality of soldiers, conflict with his father, the meeting with Lady Poverty and his withdrawal to the hills to pray: he falls asleep on the ground and finally , with three faithful followers, takes Poverty as his bride, as the Franciscan Order is founded.

Massine brainstormed with his friend Fancois Mauriac about possible scenarios in this ballet, including the young mans desire to enter the military, his disgust with the soldiers brutality, his conflict he had with his father, his encounter with Lady Poverty and his subsequent withdrawing to the hills to pray. As he awakens from sleep, he takes Poverty as his bride, leading to the foundation of the Franciscan order.

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Add Lead-in 1Schumann sketched the music of his piano quintet in just five days in September 1842, and he completed the score on October 12. According to musicologist Leonard Burkat, Robert Schumann drafted the music of his brilliant piano quartet in September 1842, in an impressive five short days, completing the entire score by October 12, 1842.

1The music begins with a powerful declarative main subject that Schumann mines skillfully for the elements of all the tunes in the marvelously melodic movement. According to Leonard Burkat,Schumanns Quintet in e flat declares a main subject which Schumann derives skillfully fashions, rearranging elements of several marvelous melodies.

Add Words: Lead-in 1The Dance Legend, Nobilissima Visione again had a pictorial source, the Giotto frescoes in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, which Hindemeth saw during a visit in May 1937

According to Armin Firouzmande, the Ballet Nobilissima Visione had a pictorial source for its inspiration.When Hindemeth visited the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1937, he was enchanted by the Giotti frescoes. The first movement, subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance begins in fury. A single incisive string tone hardens from a keen to a snarl before percussion strikes it silent. According to Mark Adamo, in the first movement, which Carigliano subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance, the theme begins furiously and becomes bolder before the percussion snuffs it out. (04)

Add First Name before Surname 1Schumann sketched the music of his piano quintet in just five days in September 1842, and he completed the score on October 12. According to musicologist Leonard Burkat, Robert Schumann drafted the music of his brilliant piano quartet in September 1842, in an impressive five short days, completing the entire score by

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Add Parenthetical Expression 5. The vigorous finale combines elements of sonata and rondo form and ends with a climactic fugato in which in the opening theme of the first movement reappears. In the vigorous finale, the players combine elements of the sonata and rondo form, ending with a powerful climactic fugato ( in the style of a fugue or an interweaving of themes) ,reintroducing the theme from the first movement.(3)

Add Prepositional Phrase 3 At a private performance in December Felix Mendelssohn played the piano part. Composer and pianist Felix Mendelssohn played the piano part at a private performance in December of that year. Add Prepositional Phrase 1The Dance Legend, Nobilissima Visione again had a pictorial source, the Giotto frescoes in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, which Hindemeth saw during a visit in May 1937

According to Armin Firouzmande, the Ballet Nobilissima Visione had a pictorial source for its inspiration. When Hindemeth visited the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1937, he was enchanted by the Giotti frescoes.

Add Words : Preposition 5. The vigorous finale combines elements of sonata and rondo form and ends with a climactic fugato in which in the opening theme of the first movement reappears. In the vigorous finale, the players combine elements of the sonata and rondo form, ending with a powerful climactic fugato ( in the style of a fugue or an interweaving of themes), reintroducing the theme from the first movement.(3)

Add Relative Clause The first movement, subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance begins in fury. A single incisive string tone hardens from a keen to a snarl before percussion strikes it silent. According to Mark Adamo, in the first movement, which Carigliano subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance, the theme begins furiously and becomes bolder before the percussion snuffs it out.(04)

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Add Subordinating Conjunction: the tempo wavers/ as the tempo wavers The tempo wavers, disintegrates; the instrumental choirs lose synch with each other, accelerate at vertiginously varying attempt. According to Mark Adamo, as the tempo wavers, the various instrumental sections go out of sync, accelerating into confused states. (04) Add Verb(s) 1The Dance Legend, Nobilissima Visione again had a pictorial source, the Giotto frescoes in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, which Hindemeth saw during a visit in May 1937

According to Armin Firouzmande, the Ballet Nobilissima Visione had a pictorial source for its inspiration, When Hindemeth visited the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1937, he was enchanted by the Giotti frescoes.

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Change Passive to Active Voice Sentence( 01) Antar was at first designated a symphony, being the second of RimskyKorsakovs compositions in this class , but was afterwards called Oriental Suite.

Change passive to active voice According to the article Antar on the online website, Music with Ease Rimsky Korsakov first designated this work a symphony, but later classified it as an Oriental Suite. (1) Replace passive voice by a slow heartbeat of tympani with active voice tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat Enter the orchestra,paced by a slow heartbeat of timpani; high in the register, bitter trumpets hint of threat of panic. According to Mark Adamo,when the orchestra enters, the tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat. The trumpets, in a high register foreshadow an ominous threat. (04)

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2 In November it was read through at the Schumann home in Leipzig by a quartet of distinguished string players and Clara Schuman, the composers wife, who was one of the greatest pianists of the time. Later, in November, a quartet of accomplished string players as well as Robert Schumanns wife Clara, noted as one of the most virtuoso pianists of the time sight-read the piece through at the Schumann home in Leipzig.

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Change Word Oder: 2 The choreographer Massine at first doubted the possibility of creating a devotional style in a ballet that is based,as are the paintings, on the life of Saint Fancis of Assisi. The Ballets choreographer Massine had grave reservations about creating a ballet in a devotional style derived from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi.

Change word order: high in the register / trumpets, in the high register Enter the orchestra,paced by a slow heartbeat of timpani; high in the register, bitter trumpets hint of threat of panic. According to Mark Adamo,when the orchestra enters, the tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat. The trumpets, in a high register foreshadow an ominous threat. (04)

2 In November it was read through at the Schumann home in Leipzig by a quartet of distinguished string players and Clara Schuman, the composers wife, who was one of the greatest pianists of the time. Later, in November, a quartet of accomplished string players as well as Robert Schumanns wife Clara, noted as one of the most virtuoso pianists of the time sight-read the piece through at the Schumann home in Leipzig.

3 At a private performance in December Felix Mendelssohn played the piano part. Composer and pianist Felix Mendelssohn played the piano part at a private performance in December of that year.

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E-Prime Strategy: Add agent or subject 2 The second movement is in the manner of a march, but it is a somber cortege rather than a bright parade march, with an agitated section written as a contrasting trio. The ensemble plays the second movement in the manner of a march, but more like a dirge-like funeral procession rather than a crisp military march. This somber march is contrasted with an agitated trio. E-Prime Strategy: Add Agent or Subject 5. The vigorous finale combines elements of sonata and rondo form and ends with a climactic fugato in which in the opening theme of the first movement reappears. In the vigorous finale, the players combine elements of the sonata and rondo form, ending with a powerful climactic fugato ( in the style of a fugue or an interweaving of themes) ,reintroducing the theme from the first movement.(3)

E-Prime Strategy : Replace expletive place holder with agent or subject: 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blends the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance.

E-Prime Strategy: Replace Linking Verb with Action Verb 3The main theme of the Scherzo is no more than a simple scale, but its rhythms are so ingeniously spaced by Schumann that the ear can hardly guess where the beat really is. A simple scale provides the skeletal structure of the main theme of the Scherzo, but Schumann has so cleverly arranged the rhythms that the listener can hardly determine where the real beat occurs. E-Prime Strategy: Replace Linking Verb with Action Verb 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blend the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance.

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E-Prime Strategy: Subject Complement becomes the subject 3The main theme of the Scherzo is no more than a simple scale, but its rhythms are so ingeniously spaced by Schumann that the ear can hardly guess where the beat really is. A simple scale provides the skeletal structure of the main theme of the Scherzo, but Schumann has so cleverly arranged the rhythms that the listener can hardly determine where the real beat is.

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Replace Adjective with Prepositional Phrase: 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blends the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance.

Replace Adjective with Verb 1The music begins with a powerful declarative main subject that Schumann mines skillfully for the elements of all the tunes in the marvelously melodic movement. Schumanns Quintet in e flat declares a main subject which Schumann derives skillfully fashions, rearranging elements of several marvelous melodies. Replace Adverb with Adjective: 1The music begins with a powerful declarative main subject that Schumann mines skillfully for the elements of all the tunes in the marvelously melodic movement. Schumanns Quintet in E flat declares a main subject which Schumann derives skillfully fashions, rearranging elements of several marvelous melodies. Replace Adverb with Adjective: 3The main theme of the Scherzo is no more than a simple scale, but its rhythms are so ingeniously spaced by Schumann that the ear can hardly guess where the beat really is. A simple scale provides the skeletal structure of the main theme of the Scherzo, but Schumann has so cleverly arranged the rhythms that the listener can hardly determine where the real beat is.

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Replace Adverb with Prepositional Phrase: vertiginously varying attempt/into confused states The tempo wavers, disintegrates; the instrumental choirs lose synch with each other , accelerate at vertiginously varying attempt. According to Mark Adamo, as the temper wavers, the various instrumental sections go out of sync, accelerating into confused states. (04) Replace Appositive with Prepositional Phrase 1The Dance Legend, Nobilissima Visione again had a pictorial source, the Giotto frescoes in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, which Hindemeth saw during a visit in May 1937 According to Armin Firouzmande, the Ballet Nobilissima Visione had a pictorial source for its inspiration, When Hindemeth visited the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1937, he was enchanted by the Giotti frescoes.

Replace Apostrophe with Prepositional Phrase: 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blend the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance.

Replace Noun with Adjective 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blend the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance.

Replace Participle with Verb: 2 The second movement is in the manner of a march, but it is a somber cortege rather than a bright parade march, with an agitated section written as a contrasting trio. The ensemble plays the second movement in the manner of a march, but more like a dirge-like funeral procession rather than a crisp military march. This somber march is contrasted with an agitated trio.

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Replace Passive Voice with Active Voice Replace passive voice by a slow heartbeat of tympani with active voice tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat Enter the orchestra,paced by a slow heartbeat of timpani; high in the register, bitter trumpets hint of threat of panic.

Replace Preposition with Adverb The first movement, subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance begins in fury. A single incisive string tone hardens from a keen to a snarl before percussion strikes it silent. According to Mark Adamo, in the first movement, which Carigliano subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance, the theme begins furiously and becomes bolder before the percussion snuffs it out.(04)

According to Mark Adamo,when the orchestra enters, the tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat. The trumpets, in a high register foreshadow an ominous threat. (04)

Replace Prepositional Phrase with a Clause 2 The second movement is in the manner of a march, but it is a somber cortege rather than a bright parade march, with an agitated section written as a contrasting trio. The ensemble plays the second movement in the manner of a march, but more like a dirge-like funeral procession rather than a crisp military march. This somber march is contrasted with an agitated trio. Replace Prepositional Phrase with Infinitive Phrase 3He discussed the possibilities with Francois Mauriac and a scenario was devised, starting with the young mans desire for a military life, his disillusionment with the brutality of soldiers, conflict with his father, the meeting with Lady Poverty and his withdrawal to the hills to pray: he falls asleep on the ground and finally , with three faithful followers, takes Poverty as his bride, as the Franciscan Order is founded.

Massine brainstormed with his friend Francois Mauriac about possible scenarios in this ballet, including the young mans desire to enter the military, his disgust with the soldiers brutality, his conflict he had with his father, his encounter with Lady Poverty and his subsequent withdrawing to the hills to pray. As he awakens from sleep, he takes Poverty as his bride, leading to the foundation of the Franciscan order.

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Replace Prepositional Phrase with Participle 5. The vigorous finale combines elements of sonata and rondo form and ends with a climactic fugato in which in the opening theme of the first movement reappears. In the vigorous finale, the players combine elements of the sonata and rondo form, ending with a powerful climactic fugato ( in the style of a fugue or an interweaving of themes) reintroducing the theme from the first movement.(3)

Replace Pronoun with Proper Noun 4. He suggested some revisions, which Schumann made in time for the first performance, on January 8,1843, in the Leipzig Gewahndhaus. Felix Mendelssohn advised Schumann to make a few revisions, a task Schumann accomplished before the first performance in the Leipzig Gewandhaus in January8, 1843.(3) Table of Contents

Replace Pronoun with Proper Noun 3He discussed the possibilities with Francois Mauriac and a scenario was devised, starting with the young mans desire for a military life, his disillusionment with the brutality of soldiers, conflict with his father, the meeting with Lady Poverty and his withdrawal to the hills to pray: he falls asleep on the ground and finally , with three faithful followers, takes Poverty as his bride, as the Franciscan Order is founded.

Massine brainstormed with his friend Fancois Mauriac about possible scenarios in this ballet, including the young mans desire to enter the military, his disgust with the soldiers brutality, his conflict he had with his father, his encounter with Lady Poverty and his subsequent withdrawing to the hills to pray. As he awakens from sleep, he takes Poverty as his bride, leading to the foundation of the Franciscan order.

Replace Relative Clause with a Past Participle 2 In November it was read through at the Schumann home in Leipzig by a quartet of distinguished string players and Clara Schuman, the composers wife, who was one of the greatest pianists of the time. Later, in November, a quartet of accomplished string players as well as Robert Schumanns wife Clara, noted as one of the most virtuoso pianists of the time sight-read the piece through at the Schumann home in Leipzig.

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Replace Subordinate Clause with an Appositive: 4. He suggested some revisions, which Schumann made in time for the first performance, on January 8,1843, in the Leipzig Gewahndhaus. Felix Mendelssohn advised Schumann to make a few revisions, a task Schumann accomplished before the first performance in the Leipzig Gewandhaus in January8, 1843.(3) Replace Verb Phrase with Subordinate Clause Replace verb phrase Enter the orchestra with subordinate clause When the orchestra enters Enter the orchestra,paced by a slow heartbeat of timpani; high in the register, bitter trumpets hint of threat of panic. According to Mark Adamo,when the orchestra enters, the tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat. The trumpets, in a high register foreshadow an ominous threat. (04) Replace Verb with Participle 1Schumann sketched the music of his piano quintet in just five days in September 1842, and he completed the score on October 12. According to musicologist Leonard Burkat, Robert Schumann drafted the music of his brilliant piano quartet in September 1842, in an impressive five short days, completing the entire score by October 12,1842. Replace Verb with Participle 5. The vigorous finale combines elements of sonata and rondo form and ends with a climactic fugato in which in the opening theme of the first movement reappears. In the vigorous finale, the players combine elements of the sonata and rondo form, ending with a powerful climactic fugato (in the style of a fugue or an interweaving of themes), reintroducing the theme from the first movement.(3) accelerate at/ accelerating The tempo wavers, disintegrates; the instrumental choirs lose synch with each other, accelerate at vertiginously varying attempt. According to Mark Adamo, as the temper wavers, the various instrumental sections go out of sync, accelerating into confused states. (04)

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2 In November it was read through at the Schumann home in Leipzig by a quartet of distinguished string players and Clara Schuman, the composers wife, who was one of the greatest pianists of the time. Later, in November, a quartet of accomplished string players as well as Robert Schumanns wife Clara, noted as one of the most virtuoso pianists of the time sight-read the piece through at the Schumann home in Leipzig.

2 In November it was read through at the Schumann home in Leipzig by a quartet of distinguished string players and Clara Schuman, the composers wife, who was one of the greatest pianists of the time. Later, in November, a quartet of accomplished string players as well as Robert Schumanns wife Clara, noted as one of the most virtuoso pianists of the time sight-read the piece through at the Schumann home in Leipzig.

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Synonym Substitution: Nouns 1The music begins with a powerful declarative main subject that Schumann mines skillfully for the elements of all the tunes in the marvelously melodic movement. Schumanns Quintet in e flat declares a main subject which Schumann derives skillfully fashions, rearranging elements of several marvelous melodies. 1The music begins with a powerful declarative main subject that Schumann mines skillfully for the elements of all the tunes in the marvelously melodic movement. Schumanns Quintet in e flat declares a main subject which Schumann derives skillfully fashions, rearranging elements of several marvelous melodies. 2 The second movement is in the manner of a march, but it is a somber cortege rather than a bright parade march, with an agitated section written as a contrasting trio. The ensemble plays the second movement in the manner of a march, but more like a dirge-like funeral procession rather than a crisp military march. This somber march is contrasted with an agitated trio.

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2 The second movement is in the manner of a march, but it is a somber cortege rather than a bright parade march, with an agitated section written as a contrasting trio. The ensemble plays the second movement in the manner of a march, but more like a dirge-like funeral procession rather than a crisp military march. This somber march is contrasted with an agitated trio.

3The main theme of the Scherzo is no more than a simple scale, but its rhythms are so ingeniously spaced by Schumann that the ear can hardly guess where the beat really is. A simple scale provides the skeletal structure of the main theme of the Scherzo, but Schumann has so cleverly arranged the rhythms that the listener can hardly determine where the real beat is. Synonym Substitution: Nouns 1The Dance Legend, Nobilissima Visione again had a pictorial source, the Giotto frescoes in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, which Hindemeth saw during a visit in May 1937 According to Armin Firouzmande, the Ballet Nobilissima Visione had a pictorial source for its inspiration. When Hindemeth visited the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1937, he was enchanted by the Giotti frescoes.

the instrumental choirs / the instrumental sections The tempo wavers, disintegrates; the instrumental choirs lose synch with each other , accelerate at vertiginously varying attempt. According to Mark Adamo, as the temper wavers, the various instrumental sections go out of sync, accelerating into confused states. (04)

Synonym Substitution: Nouns being like God/ Godly power

The attitude Jesus showed in washing His disciples' feet is the same attitude that enabled Him to give up the power and glory of being like God and become a man. According to Richard Ritenbaugh, when Jesus washed the disciples feet, He demonstrated the same attitude which lead Him to put aside His Godly Power in order to become a human being.(4)

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Synonym Substitution: Nouns Become a man / become a human being The attitude Jesus showed in washing His disciples' feet is the same attitude that enabled Him to give up the power and glory of being like God and become a man. According to Richard Ritenbaugh, when Jesus washed the disciples feet, He demonstrated the same attitude which lead Him to put aside His Godly Power in order to become a human being.(4) Synonym Substitution: Prepositions

4. He suggested some revisions, which Schumann made in time for the first performance, on January 8,1843, in the Leipzig Gewahndhaus. Felix Mendelssohn advised Schumann to make a few revisions, a task Schumann accomplished before the first performance in the Leipzig Gewandhaus in January8, 1843.(3) Synonym Substitution: Subordinate Clauses 1The Dance Legend, Nobilissima Visione again had a pictorial source, the Giotto frescoes in the Church of Santa Croce in Florence, which Hindemeth saw during a visit in May 1937 According to Armin Firouzmande, the Ballet Nobilissima Visione had a pictorial source for its inspiration. When Hindemeth visited the Church of Santa Croce in Florence in 1937, he was enchanted by the Giotti frescoes.

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1Schumann sketched the music of his piano quintet in just five days in September 1842, and he completed the score on October 12. According to musicologist Leonard Burkat, Robert Schumann drafted the music of his brilliant piano quartet in September 1842, in an impressive five short days, completing the entire score by October 12,1842. 4. He suggested some revisions, which Schumann made in time for the first performance, on January 8,1843, in the Leipzig Gewahndhaus. Felix Mendelssohn advised Schumann to make a few revisions, a task Schumann accomplished before the first performance in the Leipzig Gewandhaus in January8, 1843.(3) Synonym Substitution: Verbs

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Synonym Substitution: Verbs 4. He suggested some revisions, which Schumann made in time for the first performance, on January 8,1843, in the Leipzig Gewahndhaus. Felix Mendelssohn advised Schumann to make a few revisions, a task Schumann accomplished before the first performance in the Leipzig Gewandhaus in January8, 1843.(3)

1The music begins with a powerful declarative main subject that Schumann mines skillfully for the elements of all the tunes in the marvelously melodic movement. Schumanns Quintet in e flat declares a main subject which Schumann derives skillfully fashions, rearranging elements of several marvelous melodies. Synonym Substitution: Verbs 3The main theme of the Scherzo is no more than a simple scale, but its rhythms are so ingeniously spaced by Schumann that the ear can hardly guess where the beat really is. A simple scale provides the skeletal structure of the main theme of the Scherzo, but Schumann has so cleverly arranged the rhythms that the listener can hardly determine where the real beat is. Synonym Substitution: Verbs 4 There are two contrasting trio sections here: the first superimposes the complexity of the strings counterpoint on that of the pianos rhythm, and the second is a restless rustic dance In the trio, we find two contrasting sections: the first blends the complex string counterpoint on the rhythm of the piano, and the second features a dazzling rustic dance. Synonym Substitution: Verbs 2 The choreographer Massine at first doubted the possibility of creating a devotional style in a ballet that is based, as are the paintings, on the life of Saint Francis of Assisi. The Ballets choreographer had grave reservations about creating a ballet in a devotional style derived from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi. Synonym Substitutions: Verbs 3He discussed the possibilities with Francois Mauriac and a scenario was devised, starting with the young mans desire for a military life, his disillusionment with the brutality of soldiers, conflict with his father, the meeting with Lady Poverty and his withdrawal to the hills to pray: he falls asleep on the ground and finally , with three faithful followers, takes Poverty as his bride, as the Franciscan Order is founded.

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Massine brainstormed with his friend Fancois Mauriac about possible scenarios in this ballet, including the young mans desire to enter the military, his disgust with the soldiers brutality, his conflict he had with his father, his encounter with Lady Poverty and his subsequent withdrawing to the hills to pray. As he awakens from sleep, he takes Poverty as his bride, leading to the foundation of the Franciscan order.

Synonym Substitution: Verbs called/ classified Sentence( 01) Antar was at first designated a symphony, being the second of RimskyKorsakovs compositions in this class , but was afterwards called Oriental Suite. According to the article Antar on the online website, Music with Ease Rimsky Korsakov first designated this work a symphony, but later classified it as an Oriental Suite. (1) Synonym Substitution: Verbs give up/ put aside The attitude Jesus showed in washing His disciples' feet is the same attitude that enabled Him to give up the power and glory of being like God and become a man. According to Richard Ritenbaugh, when Jesus washed the disciples feet, He demonstrated the same attitude which lead Him to put aside His Godly Power in order to become a human being.(4)

Synonym Substitution Verbs: are able to/need to follow When we come to the point that we are able to do everything in an attitude of service and humility, we are truly following Jesus Christ. We need to follow His example of accepting the status of a menial servant, doing everything in an attitude of humility.(4)

Synonym Substitution: Verbs hardens/ becomes bolder The first movement, subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance begins in fury. A single incisive string tone hardens from a keen to a snarl before percussion strikes it silent.

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According to Mark Adamo, in the first movement, which Carigliano subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance, the theme begins furiously and becomes bolder before the percussion snuffs it out.(04)

Synonym Substitution: Verbs strikes it silent with snuffs it out. The first movement, subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance begins in fury. A single incisive string tone hardens from a keen to a snarl before percussion strikes it silent. According to Mark Adamo, in the first movement, which Carigliano subtitled Of Rage and Remembrance, the theme begins furiously and becomes bolder before the percussion snuffs it out.(04) Synonym Substitution: Verb Phrases

Synonym Substitution: Verb Phrases 2 The choreographer Massine at first doubted the possibility of creating a devotional style in a ballet that is based,as are the paintings, on the life of Saint Fancis of Assisi. The Ballets choreographer had grave reservations about creating a ballet in a devotional style derived from the life of Saint Francis of Assisi.

Synonym substitution:verbshint of threat of panic/ foreshadow an ominous threat. Enter the orchestra,paced by a slow heartbeat of timpani; high in the register, bitter trumpets hint of threat of panic. According to Mark Adamo,when the orchestra enters, the tympani throbs as with a slow heartbeat. The trumpets, in a high register foreshadow an ominous threat. (04) Synonym Substitution: Verb Phrases lose sync with each other/go out of sync The tempo wavers, disintegrates ; the instrumental choirs lose sync with each other , accelerate at vertiginously varying attempt. According to Mark Adamo, as the temper wavers, the various instrumental sections go out of sync, accelerating into confused states. (04)