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  • adagio
  • air
  • allemande
  • anthem
  • arabesque
  • aria
  • arietta
  • aubade
  • bagatelle
  • ballad
  • ballet
  • barcarole
  • binary
  • bolero
  • boogie-woogie
  • cadenza
  • canon
  • cantabile
  • cantata
  • canticle
  • canzone
  • canzonetta
  • capriccio
  • carillon
  • carol
  • cavatina
  • chaconne
  • chanson
  • chant
  • chorale
  • chorus
  • concertino
  • concerto
  • concerto grosso
  • courante
  • descant
  • dirge
  • divertimento
  • duet
  • elegy
  • entr’acte
  • entrée
  • étude
  • fandango
  • fanfare
  • fantasia
  • fantasy
  • finale
  • folk song
  • fugue
  • galliard
  • gavotte
  • glee
  • habanera
  • humoresque
  • hymn
  • impromptu
  • interlude
  • intermezzo
  • jig
  • lied
  • lullaby
  • madrigal
  • march
  • mass
  • mazurka
  • minuet
  • monody
  • motet
  • movement
  • nocturne
  • octet
  • one-step
  • opera
  • operetta
  • oratorio
  • overture
  • part-song
  • passacaglia
  • passion
  • pastoral or pastorale
  • pavane
  • piano quintet
  • polka
  • polonaise
  • prelude
  • psalm
  • quartet
  • quintet
  • recitative
  • reel
  • refrain
  • requiem
  • rhapsody
  • romance
  • rondino
  • rondo
  • round
  • roundelay
  • saltarello
  • scherzo
  • septet
  • serenade
  • serenata
  • sextet
  • shanty
  • sinfonia
  • solo
  • sonata
  • sonatina
  • song
  • spiritual
  • string quartet
  • suite
  • symphony
  • tarantella
  • ternary
  • theme and variations
  • toccata
  • tone poem
  • trio
  • two-step
  • variation

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