1.What is the basic premise of the sonata form?
The contrast and drama between two or more themes and tonalities
2.In the sonata form, how can we determine the principle subject?
It is a bold, declamatory theme and it firmly establishes the key (
The Leading-Tone Chord (vii) By its very nature, the leading-tone triad exhibits some unusual characteristics. First, its root should never be doubled because it is, of course, the leading-tone - an inherently unstable note. Instead, we almost always