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Allegro con brio
Music to be performed with liveliness or spirit (with energy)
Succession of notes which play important part in construction of a composition. Generally the melody.
Shortest intelligible and self-existent melodic or rhythmic figure.
The first section of a composition in which the principal themes are expounded (presented) before they are developed.
The musical treatment of a theme or motif in such a way as to make new passages
Music which is a varied version of an original theme or motif
The section of a composition in which the themes, or some of them, presented in the exposition are repeated more or less in their original form.
A musical notation indicating a pause in the tempo
Tail. Originally a section of a movement Assad at the end to clinch matters rather than to develop the music further. However, in symphonies of Beethoven, the coda came to have formal significance becoming at times a 2nd development section and sometimes containing new material.
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