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    a linking passage between two divisions in a composition

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    3) music
    a) a movement from one key to another; modulation
    b) a linking passage between two divisions in a composition; bridge
    (Collins English Dictionary)

    I understand a) but don't understand b). Though I used to practise music, I can't imagine what this "linking passage" could mean.

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    Re: a linking passage between two divisions in a composition

    I am not a teacher.

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