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In contrast to the symphonies of Haydn, a much freer use of dissonance is evident in the symphonies of Mahler.

(A) In contrast to the symphonies of Haydn, a much freer use of dissonance is evident in the symphonies of Mahler.
(B) In contrast with Haydn's symphonies, Mahler uses dissonance much more freely.
(C) In contrast to those of Haydn, the symphonies of Mahler demonstrate a much more free use of dissonance.
(D) In contrast to Haydn's symphonies, Mahler's demonstrate a much freer use of dissonance.
(E) In contrast with Haydn's symphonies, those of Mahler use dissonance much more freely.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2003, 06:20
D?

Only C and D seem like the better choices but C sounds bit awkward so I go with D.
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 [#permalink] New post 05 Nov 2003, 06:25
Also vote for D

much more free (in C) - is inappropriate in GMAT-English
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