second subject

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  • The central and principal thought is what I called the second subject. Cited from Frederick Chopin Volume 2, Frederick Niecks
  • On the second subject, he presented a research into the topics of the military.
  • Unusually, the second subject group is over four times as long as the first.
  • Of the passage- work, that which follows the second subject contains the most interesting matter. Cited from Frederick Chopin Volume 2, Frederick Niecks
  • I especially call your attention to the second subject, the condition of our currency laws. Cited from State of the Union, Theodore Roosevelt
  • But this second subject is not yet ready for the large general treatise. Cited from Broken Homes, by Joanna C. Colcord
  • The second subject is heard in B major.
  • The re-entrance of the second subject brings, at last, something of a contrast. Cited from Frederick Chopin (Complete), Frederick Niecks
  • The second subject, which should be in the relative major, is minor and remote.
  • The second subject group is even more wide-ranging.
  • The theme and second subject are played through twice and vary considerably on their third appearance.
  • The second subject theme uses syncopations and has a dance-like character.
  • This motif is the basis upon which both the first and the second subject groups are drawn.
  • In a minor movement the second subject is found more often in the relative major than in the dominant minor. Cited from The Pianoforte Sonata, by J.S. Shedlock
  • The second subject could be described as being "a consolatory version of the first."
  • Whatever novelty there may be, is to be found in the treatment of the second subject. Cited from Creation and Its Records, by B.H. Baden-Powell
  • The simple, yet pathetic second subject is recalled again in the slow movement. Cited from Edward MacDowell, by John F. Porte
  • There is no lyrical second subject, but in its place a continuous development of the opening material.
  • In the recapitulation of the main part of the movement the second subject does not appear at all, etc.
  • He had discarded the papers that contained his original second subject, and he could not remember what he had originally composed.
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