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Analysis of Form

Sam Munro (1500) · [archive]
Style: Theory/Reference · Level: Beginner · Tempo: 120
Pages: 1 2

These pages will be by no means in any order of difficulty so feel free to skip from page to page.

That being said I thought I would begin with one of the more elementary yet enjoyable of forms. The 'Binary' form. The binary form has two definite sections comprising it's whole. We will call these, section A and section B.

To use a cooking term, the method of performance, as you will see below in the example is: Section A then B as often as you care to then closing with a final run through of A the B. Notice that Binary form ends at the B section.

In the example Section A is 8 bars long and section B is 4 bars long.

Good luck, and Happy practising

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Analysis of Form