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Ill give a medal for anyone who can explain How can my improvisation of Yankee Doodle be different if I selected a song from another music era, such as Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, or Romantic? please make sure to support your response with an example of whatever era chosen please.

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  1. anonymous
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    OK

  2. anonymous
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    so Yankee doodle is a song making fun of the .U.S. but it is well know because they made fun of him and then we actually won the war

  3. anonymous
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    The British thought it would be funny to make fun of yankee doodle

  4. anonymous
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    that's some interesting facts but what I want to know it how it will be different If I selected a different era

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    Depending on what you pick the style of music will change

  6. anonymous
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    ok ok so how would it be different if I choose classical

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