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Contexts -- Sonata form as a whole : foundational considerations -- The medial caesura and the two-part exposition -- The continuous exposition -- The primary theme -- The transition (TR) -- The secondary theme (S) and essential expositional closure (EEC) : initial considerations -- S-complications : EEC deferral and apparent double medial caesuras (TMB) -- The closing zone (C) -- The development (developmental space) -- The recapitulation (recapitulatory space, recapitulatory rotation) -- Non-normative openings of the recapitulatory rotation : alternatives and deformations -- Parageneric spaces : coda and introduction -- Sonata form in minor keys -- The three- and four-movement sonata cycle -- Sonata types and the type 1 sonata -- The type 2 sonata -- Rondos and the type 4 sonata -- The type 5 sonata : fundamentals -- The type 5 sonata : Mozart's concertos (R1, the opening ritornello) -- The type 5 sonata : Mozart's concertos (solo and larger expositions : solo 1 + ritornello 2) -- The type 5 sonata : Mozart's concertos (development and recapitulation, from solo 2 through ritornello 4)
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James Arnold Hepokoski (born 1946) is an American musicologist. He earned his Masters and PhD in Music History from Harvard University, studying with David G.