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Elliot Carter's String Quartets, the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning

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Elliot Carter's String Quartets, the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, consists of atonal, rhythmically complex music, each note a miniature composition inside its own structure.

[A] each note a miniature composition inside its
[B] all the notes a miniature composition inside their
[C] all the notes a miniature composition inside its
[D] every note a miniature composition inside their
[E] each note a miniature composition inside their


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Elliot Carter's String Quartets, the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, consists of atonal, rhythmically complex music, each note a miniature composition inside its own structure.

A] each note a miniature composition inside its
CORRECT
B] all the notes a miniature composition inside their
Changes the original intent since the option conveys that 10 notes (Hypothetical Number) represent one composition, an idea contrary to original intent. Hence Incorrect.
C] all the notes a miniature composition inside its
Use of singular pronoun for plural antecedent is incorrect.
D] every note a miniature composition inside their
Use of plural pronoun for singular antecedent is incorrect.
E] each note a miniature composition inside their
Use of plural pronoun for singular antecedent is incorrect.
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Elliot Carter's String Quartets, the two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, consists of atonal, rhythmically complex music, each note a miniature composition inside its own structure.

A] each note a miniature composition inside its
CORRECT
B] all the notes a miniature composition inside their
Changes the original intent since the option conveys that 10 notes (Hypothetical Number) represent one composition, an idea contrary to original intent. Hence Incorrect.
C] all the notes a miniature composition inside its
Use of singular pronoun for plural antecedent is incorrect.
D] every note a miniature composition inside their
Use of plural pronoun for singular antecedent is incorrect.
E] each note a miniature composition inside their
Use of plural pronoun for singular antecedent is incorrect.


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