Sonata Types and the Type 1 Sonata
Type 1 sonatas are those that contain only an exposition and recapitulation, with no minimal link between them, while the Type 2 sonatas are those structures in which what others have called the “recapitulation” begins not with the onset of the primary theme, but substantially after the point, which is commonly around the secondary theme. The Type 3 sonatas are the standard “textbook” structure with expositions, developments, and recapitulations that normally begin with the primary theme in the tonic. On the other hand, the type 4 sonatas are the differing sonata-rondos and begins with an expositional rotation that traverses the usual P TR 'S/C pattern. Type 5 sonatas encompass concerto-sonata adaptations, which are blends between earlier ritornello principles and other sonata types.
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