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Classical sonata form → see sonata form Closing passage → in sonata form, the closing section of the exposition or the recapitulation Coda → Italian for "tail;" the closing section of a movement and typically forming an addition to the basic structure Development → the central section of ternary sonata form, used to develop themes from the exposition Episode → in a rondo, a passage that occurs between statements of the refrain Exposition → the first section of Classical sonata form, used to present the themes of the movement and establish two opposing keys Minuet and trio → a Baroque dance in a moderate triple meter, often used as a movement in a Classical instrumental work modulate → change from tonic to another key recapitulation (or reprise)--> the third section of ternary sonata form, used to revisit the themes of the exposition while adhering to the tonic key refrain → in a rondo, the principal theme, heard at the beginning and then
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