other words for coda
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
Finally, a new and important climax is introduced in the coda by the opposition of the two chief subjects.
He tapped for the coda with the touch of a king knighting an illustrious subject.
The rest of the Coda is a scene of jubilation with ever more life and light.
One of his largest works is a concert waltz, "Mi-Carême," for two pianos, with elaborate and extended introduction and coda.
The remaining twenty-two bars give the first section in condensed form: first and second subjects and coda.
The closing measures of the coda, which starts in measure 97, illustrate Franck's genius in the chromatic alteration of chords.
It has the rondo form; the principal theme, twice relieved by an interlude, recurs three times, and winds up with a coda.
The Coda has a clear reminiscence of the dramatic C-sharp in the main theme of the first movement, e.g.
It is a coda, not merely to the last movement, but to the whole work: it recalls the first, as well as the third movement.
It is only, however, a lull in the storm which breaks forth with renewed energy in the Recapitulation and Coda.