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### study_guide_midterm_Winter2012

Course: MUS 17, Winter 2012
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Music UCSB 17 Winter 2012 UCSB Music 17 Worlds of Music Mid-term Study Guide Professor Hellier-Tinoco rhellier-tinoco@music.ucsb.edu From the questions below, 15 will be in the mid-term exam. This means that you can now study for the mid-term and prepare your answers. You will not need to bring a blue book you will be given the exam paper, and you must write your answers in the spaces following each question...

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