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exposition -1theme tonic, 2theme dominant/relative major); development;recapitulation (restate exposition)
principal theme alternating with one of more contrasting themes (episodes or digressions) (ABACA, ABACABA, ABCBA)
one melody line with no harmony or counterpoint, may have one line of rhythmic accompaniment
one clearly melodic line with accompaniment or other voices to fill in the chords (other parts are not independent bc either (1) same rhythm as melody (2) purpose to fill chords) (ex. choral music with same rhythms)
one melodic line, not limited to chords moving together
melody with accompaniment (sometimes a form of homophony)
theme introduced in one voice and imitated by other voices in succession at different pitch levels
fugal imitation (not only for use in fugues)
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