In this discussion, Dr. Jones explains thatternary form is the repetition of an opening section of a composition after further development of the theme. This repetition brings the opening in to a relationship of tension with the rest of the piece since it closes or completes the structure, which would collapse without the repetition.
Gomer Ll. Jones; William Kirshner; Lawrence E. McKune; WKAR-TV
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center; Michigan State Continuing Education Service; Michigan State College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Music
Musical form ; Music--Instruction and study ; Music appreciation.
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