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CLIP 8138

Music inspired by the countryside - 'March Hare'

Music inspired by the countryside - 'March Hare'
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Key Info
  • Music inspired by the countryside - 'March Hare'
  • Duration: 03:00
  • Shots of a countryside landscape are accompanied by a descriptive poem; at the end of the poem string music begins to play. A string quartet plays 'March Hare'. Jennie Muskett is introduced as the composer of this piece. Muskett is famous for composing music to describe wildlife.
  • Subject:

    Music

       Topic:

    Listening

  • Keywords: March Hare, string, quartet, countryside, rhythm, repetition, animals, insects, minibeasts, Jennie Muskett
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  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 4x3

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