Music that departs from previously stated themes and creates points of contrast.
An unaccompanied passage in free rhythm in which the soloist displays his or her virtuosity.
Minuet and trio
A stately dance movement in triple meter in aba form.
. An ascending or descending series of tones organized according to specific patterns of intervals
Two-part (ab) form.
A musical form consisting of two or more contrasting theme areas, each followed by a return to the opening theme.
The Loudness level in music.
The shape or structure of a piece of music.
A multimovement work for symphony orchestra.
The eight tones of a standard major or minor scale.
Works for solo instruments performing together in small ensembles.
To change from one key to another.
Theme and Variation
An instrumental form in which a stated theme is followed by a series of variations on that theme.
Three-part (aba) form.
Proceeding by half steps, using sharps or flats.
A chord built on the fourth degree of a major or minor scale.
Music that does not ramble and is cohesive.
A multi movement work for piano or a solo instrument with accompaniment.
The rate of speed at which music is performed.
A three-movement work for solo instrument and orchestra.
A structure that composers in the Classical era used for the first movement of a sonata, symphony, concerto, or string quartet.