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    a piece of music ....

    Is this sentence correct:

    1) Of particular note is Kubrick's use of Penderecki's The Awakening of Jacob to accompany Jack Torrance's dream of killing his family and Danny's vision of past carnage in the hotel, a piece of music originally associated with the horrors of the Holocaust.


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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Shining_(film)

    Shouldn't it be:

    2) Of particular note is Kubrick's use of Penderecki's The Awakening of Jacob[, a piece of music originally associated with the horrors of the Holocaust, to accompany Jack Torrance's dream of killing his family and Danny's vision of past carnage in the hotel.

    Gratefully,
    Navi.

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    Re: a piece of music ....

    Yes. Your version is far better.

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