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    • Beethoven Septet
      • 1st movement of 6 in style of serenade.
      • Sonata Form - Slow intro and long coda (longer than most classical)
      • Defined by Tonality- typical sonata form
      • Introduction b1-8.
      • EXPOSITION - 1st subject (bar 19-39), Transition Material, 2nd Subject (bar 53-98), Codetta (bar 99-111)
      • DEVELOPMENT - bar111-153
      • RECAPITULATION - bar 154-233
      • CODA - bar 233- 288
    • Schumann Kinderscenen
      • No. 1
        • Rounded Binary Form A:BA - with repeats
      • No. 3
        • Rounded Binary Form written out repeat of A section with conventional BA repeat.
      • No. 11
        • Symmetrical Rondo Form - ABACABA - some sections repeated.
    • Debussy Sarabande
      • Can be said to be Binary form
        • Typical of Sarabande
      • Section A = bars 1-22
      • Section B = bars 23-72
        • modified repeat of bars 1-8 at bars 42-49 similar to rounded binary
        • Bars 60-61 refers back to 9-10 and bar 66 is a transposition of bar 5.
    • Sweenlinck
      • Three Sections that can be labeled A, B and C.
      • Varied repeat of each section
        • Section A and A' both end in A minor perfect.
        • Sections B and B' both end in A minor imperfect (Phrygian)
        • Sections C and C' both end in A minor perfect cadences.
    • Bach Concerto no. 4
      • Vodersatz
        • memorable musical gesture
      • Use of Ritornellos (little returns)
      • Fortspinnung
      • 3 EPISODES
        • 1st Episode bar 83-137
          • Ends in the 2nd ritornello bar 137-157
        • 2nd Episode bars 157-209
          • Ends in 3rd Ritornello bars209-235.
        • 3rd Episode bars 235-322
          • Ends in Fourth Ritornello bars 324-244.

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