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- On the search results page, Tracks are sorted alphabetically by Composer, then by Familiarity, then by Title and finally by Movement.
- The more search criteria you select the smaller the universe becomes. If you are not successful in finding a track with every criteria selected, try expanding the universe by deselecting some of the search criteria.
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- If a certain Keyword search is null, try another Keyword that means the same thing or is similar. For example...if a Keyword search by "vocal" is null, try "chant," "choir," "aria" or "opera" to find vocal music.
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- Each movement has been assigned a Tempo. If the movement changes tempo on various occasions within the piece, the Tempo will be listed as Various.
- The Familiarity search criteria allows you to search for the most popular tracks ranging from 1 (unknown) to 5 (most recognizable).
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