theme and variations
the statement is altered in some way each time it returns, but the key stays the same
-Mozart: variations on TWINKLE TWINKLE LITTLE STAR
Symphony No. 94 The "Surprise" II
first composer to use that variation form
1st performed in Hanover Square Rooms, London
the refrain (statement) alternates w/contrasting music
-used as last movement
Ludwig von Kochel
-published a list of Mozart's works in chronological order (?) therefore has K number
Mozart: Horn Concerto in Eb Major K: 495, third movement, Rondo
modern day rondo form
Sting "Every Breath You Take"
standard movement pattern
concerto and sonata = 3 movements
String quartet and symphony
Concerto & Sonata
1-Fast (Sonata Form)
2-Slow (Composer's choice)
3-Fast (Rondo or Sonata form)
Symphony and String Quartet
3-Triple meter dance (minuet/trio)
4- Fast (rondo or sonata form)
converted the TRIO SONATA into the STRING QUARTET
cello, viola, violin, violin
("A conversation among 4 intelligent ppl"- Goethe)
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