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Act IV concludes, not with a profound statement from the Friar or one of the Capulets, but a brief moment with the musicians.
What is the importance of music in this act?
It reveals the value that people at that time placed on music.
It helps to create a more soothing mood for the characters.
It entertains the audience when the pace of the plot slows.
It ridicules the wealthiness of the Capulets.
It underscores the emotional significance of the events.