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This is a sonata in the piano that is comprised of five constituents that bonded to come up with a smooth rhythmic variation of sound due to the movements that are present in the S. 178 piece. Overlaid on the four movements are enormous forms of a sonata that bring about the beginning and the ending of a piece of sound in the piano. The development of the S. 178 begins with a hard start at the slow part of the measure of 331 in the piano. The lead back in the direction of the recapitulation starts at the zero fugue that is at the measure of 459 in the piano. Finally, the recapitulation and coda are both the measures of the 533 and 682 in a respective manner. The four movements which include the exposition, the development, the recapitulation and the lead back in the S. 178 have a piece of melody that occurs in a classical and simultaneous mode due to the fact that each movement contains another movement. For instance, the exposition is a sonata music structure in the piano recital which begins and ends with melody components of B Minor, this contains the second element of the exposition and development drifting away from the key that produces tones in the piano (Kenneth, 1996).
The S. 178 piano recital is a piece of music that is has a lot of transformation in it, for instance, sounds remarkably insensitive and violent but later changes into the sound that is still and has a calm setting. The concept of the four movements in one brings about a thematic relationship to the Sonata B and the S. 178 and for this reason, the piano has melody variations within a piece of music (Kenneth, 1996).