W. W. Norton & Company, 1988 - 415 páginas
In his prize-winning book The Classical Style, Charles Rosen says of sonata form: "[It] is not a definite form like a minuet, a da capo aria, or a French overture; it is, like the fugue, a way of writing, a feeling for proportion, direction, and texture rather than a pattern."
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