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Song and trio

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The Song and Trio form is often referred as Compound Ternary form. This is where one of the Ternary form sections can be subdivided into two subsections such as: I-II-I or A-B1-B2-A.

Examples

  • Haydn's Piano Sonata in C Major, Movement III
  • Beethoven Sonata Op.2 No.1, Movement III
  • Beethoven Sonata Op.14 No.9, Movement II
  • Leroy Anderson Fiddle Faddle
  • References

    Song-and-trio Wikipedia


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