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Q: Alphonsus wants to include unified timbre in part of his cantata. How will this be accomplished? A. The violins will have a solo and will all play harmony notes. B. The chorus will sing in unison
while the orchestra plays an accompaniment. C. The orchestra will play in unison while the chorus sings in harmony. D. The instruments in the orchestra will play the same notes that the chorus is singing.
A: A. The violins will have a solo and will all play harmony notes.
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