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Franz Liszt's Sonata in The sonata in B minor is perhaps one of the best models of Franz Liszt mastery in the piano music instrument. This monumental the Sonata B was completed by Liszt for the piano and is the first movement form which entails a slow introduction. The Sonata B also has a development and exposition that involves a slow movement that is comprised of an Andante Sostenuto and an Aquasi Adagio. Finally, it is comprised of a final movement that has a recapitulation, a scherzando and lastly a retransition that gets the Sonata B in the piano instrument to a conclusion from the manner that it started (Kenneth, 1996).
The Sonata B is distinguished due to the fact that it is designed from five principal elements that are combined into a massive musical art. These elements go through a thematic change in the musical work and this brings about the musical context that is desired at the precise moment. For instance, an element of music in a piano that has a violent or frightening rhythm can be changed into a more calm and peaceful melody. This is a method that aids to combine the Sonata B structures into a more organized unit. The Sonata has three sections that are unique. However, there exists no space between the sections. The Sonata B has a splendorous composition and a tone whereby the key theme is produced and this is followed by a progress whereby there is the appearance of the scherzo. At last, there is a massive recapitulation plus a coda. These bring about an upstanding fugue that takes the transmission of music in the piano. This Sonata B has a decent tone, melody and rhythm due to the fact that the vast scales and chords that aid the Sonata B to give the piano stress in the rhythm and a sensational sound in the piano (Kenneth, 1996).