Thesaurus / coda
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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.

Nights in LondonThomas Burke

The rest of the Coda is a scene of jubilation with ever more life and light.

Music: An Art and a LanguageWalter Raymond Spalding

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.

Music: An Art and a LanguageWalter Raymond Spalding

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.

Music: An Art and a LanguageWalter Raymond Spalding

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.

Music: An Art and a LanguageWalter Raymond Spalding

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