1. Note the clarinet rising semitone at the beginning, and the way that this
is used throughout the piece
2. Note the use of the "romantic recorder" giving away at the end (as Ampata's hunger overpowers her) to cold percussion and "barbaric" panpipe sound.
3. Note the faux Eastern style of the recorder's line
4. Note how the tessitura and dynamics rise as the cue progresses until the recorder is at the top of its register and the violins are an octave and a half above the stave