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Sonata Form

Form and Analysis

TermDefinition
Exposition First part of Sonata form includes principle theme, transition, second theme and closing theme.
Principle Theme Establishes the tonic key.
Transition Prepares the second key.
Second Theme Establishes the new key
Closing THeme Solidifies the change in tonality
Dependant Transition Begins as a restatement of the principle theme.
Monothematic Second theme is a varied restatement of the first, only in a contrasting key.
Dominant Preparation Prepares the recapitulation.
Recapitulation Restates the 4 sections of the exposition, but the 2nd them and closing theme are in the tonic key.
Created by: AmelliaA2015