The following examples can be used as models for Rondos (alongside the Haydn Symphony No. 2 referred to in the project brief: score/track)

Mozart String Quartet K169 (last movement)

This is short and simple, but full of character and life. following the classic Rondo form: A B A C A B’ A Coda. Trace the structure in the score and follow it through with the music.

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Haydn Op 33, No. 2 (last movement)

In this famous Rondo from his ‘Joke’ Quartet, Haydn is messing with the audience’s perception of where the end is. Apart from this, it follows a fairly standard Rondo pattern of A B A C A D A B’ A Coda

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Haydn Op. 54 No. 1 (last movement)

This sounds nice and straightforward but it is a bit longer, with the structure expanded compared to the examples above:

A B A C1 C2 A D A B’ A E A Coda.

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Mozart K170 (last movement)

A short and simple Rondo in ABACADAEA Coda form.

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Mozart K157 (last movement)

Another short and simple Rondo in ABACADAEA Coda form.

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