What word describes AABA form in Baroque/Classical?

Update:

I don't know if Ternary is correct. For example, a number of Vivaldi's cello sonatas are in this form, with each A section being more ornamented.

Update 2:

I don't know if Ternary is correct. For example, a number of Vivaldi's cello sonatas are in this form, with each A section being more ornamented.

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  • 6 years ago
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    I'd call it ternary form. Often in classical music the first subject is repeated the first time it is heard but is not repeated when it reappears at the end.

  • Anonymous
    5 years ago

    I don't know what you mean by full form, but an adage is a condensed but memorable saying embodying some important fact of experience that is taken as true by many people and is often couched in metaphorical language. It can be written or oral. The word comes to us through French, in which it existed since the 16th century, and is taken from the Latin adagium, with the same meaning as today. Nothing to do with "adding age". That's just a pun.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years ago

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