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In a sonata form selection, the theme is presented in the A. tonic or home key. B. development. C. exposition. D. recapitulation.
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User: In a sonata form selection, the theme is presented in the A. tonic or home key. B. development. C. exposition. D. recapitulation.

User: Which one of the following patterns represents the rondo form? A. D C B A B. A B A C A C. A B C D D. A A B B C

User: Which one of the following patterns represents the rondo form? A. D C B A B. A B A C A C. A B C D D. A A B B C

User: Which one of the following patterns represents the rondo form? A. D C B A B. A B A C A C. A B C D D. A A B B C

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A B A C A is the pattern that represents the rondo form.

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