Match the form with its definition.

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Minuet form.

Sonata form.

Rondo form.

Theme and variations form.

 

A. 

A ternary ABA form in triple meter in which the A and B sections are both in binary form.

B.

A form in which the opening theme alternates with multiple contrasting sections. The last movement of a Classical symphony or string quartet is often in rondo form.

C.

A form with multiple themes involving three main sections: the exposition, the development, and the recapitulation. The opening movement of a Classical symphony or string quartet is often in sonata form.

D. 

A theme is presented and then altered in several successive variations.

 

asked Apr 12, 2015 in Music by FLoops ~Expert~ (2,117 points)
    

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Minuet form.

 A.

A ternary ABA form in triple meter in which the A and B sections are both in binary form.

 

Sonata form.

C.

A form with multiple themes involving three main sections: the exposition, the development, and the recapitulation. The opening movement of a Classical symphony or string quartet is often in sonata form.

 

Rondo form.

B.

A form in which the opening theme alternates with multiple contrasting sections. The last movement of a Classical symphony or string quartet is often in rondo form.

 

Theme and variations form.

 D.

A theme is presented and then altered in several successive variations.

 

 

answered Apr 12, 2015 by FLoops ~Expert~ (2,117 points)

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