Definition of Sonatine

1. sonatina [n] - See also: sonatina



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sonatine

sonant
sonantal
sonantic
sonants
sonar
sonarlike
sonarman
sonarmen
sonars
sonata
sonata form
sonatalike
sonatas
sonatina
sonatinas
sonatine (current term)
sonce
sonces
sondage
sondages
sonde
sondeli
sondelis
sonder
sonders
sondes
sone
sonepiprazole
soneri
soneris

Literary usage of Sonatine

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1. Lessons in Music Form: A Manual of Analysis of All the Structural Factors by Percy Goetschius (1904)
"The sonatine Form. — In the sonatine-form, or the smaller variety of the ... More minute details of the sonatine form will be given in the next chapter ..."

2. The Publishers' and Stationers' Weekly Trade Circular by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia (1872)
"2, sonatine in F 5° 2 " io Lichner, op. 4, No. 3, sonatine in G 5° 4 " II ... 49, No 2, sonatine 4 " 16 Hummel, op. 49, Capriccio 60 in G maj 5° 3 " 17 ..."

3. The Publishers' and Stationers' Weekly Trade Circular by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia (1872)
"sonatine in С 75 8. Beethoven. Op. 49, No. i. sonatine in G mar 5<> 9. Haydn. ... Op. 4, No. 2. sonatine in F 50 19. Lichner. Op. 4, No. 3. sonatine in ..."

4. Folio (1885)
"The "sonatine Album," No. 1238. Peters' Edition, should be in the hands of teachers and students. It contains selections fron» Beethoven, ..."

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