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occur without a clear meter in the closing measures, which perhaps suggests a weakened victory
of the 5/4 meter. Indeed, the victorious 5/4 ostinato follows the victorious C axis throughout.
Regardless of the outcome of the war, this chapter shows that the goal-oriented nature of
"Mars" extends much deeper than its harmonic properties. The interaction between both metric
and pitch issues explored here provide a more vivid narrative of the war in "Mars."
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