What is another word for Sonatina?

Pronunciation: [sˌɒnɐtˈiːnə] (IPA)

Sonatina is a musical term that refers to a composition structure similar to that of a sonata, but with a shorter length and simpler form. There are a few synonyms that can be used to refer to a sonatina, including sonatine, petite sonata, and little sonata. Additionally, the term 'intermezzo' is also used to refer to a shorter musical composition that is often performed between larger works, which could also be used to describe a sonatina. Regardless of what terminology is used, the structure of sonatinas often features a fast opening movement, a lyrical slow movement, and a lively final movement.

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What are the hypernyms for Sonatina?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Sonatina

Sonatina, for 4 hands.
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In Clementi's Sonatina, Opus 37, No. 3, first page, you will find such bars.
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