This form has three parts. In Western classical music a simple ternary form has a third section that is a recapitulation of the first (ABA). Often, the first section is repeated (AABA). This approach was popular in the 18th-century operatic aria, and was called da capo (i.e. “repeat from the top”) form. Later, it gave rise to the 32-bar song, with the B section then often referred to as the “middle eight”. A song has more need than a dance of a self-contained form with a beginning and an end of course.

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