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This is usually accomplished by such devices as: a prolonged build-up to a climactic ending, often getting louder and faster. : Starting in m. 194, the coda section is in a faster tempo, and made up of short, nervous phrases, often crescendo, which create great tension, which is only released in the tutti of m. 223-7. • repeated cadencing. st (repertoire example) Beethoven, Symphony #5, 1 movement, m. 491-end. • short development-like digressions, which however return to their starting points more quickly and predictably than they would in a real development.
The major differences in its application to larger forms have to do with the prominence given to incomplete gestures. As mentioned above, interrupting an idea in midstream and continuing it later creates powerful suspense. It is possible to start and suspend a musical idea more than once in a large form. In such cases, often the interruption may seem peculiar in its first presentation, but will gain in meaning as the movement progresses. th (repertoire example) Beethoven 8 Symphony, finale: The main theme, in F major, comes to a bump on a surprising Db.
A practical guide to musical composition by Belkin A.