3 Dislocation Of Thematic Members

By this is meant, any exchange or

alteration of the regular and expected arrangement of members. This

can refer, naturally, only to what occurs after the Exposition,--that

is, during the Recapitulation; for it is the Exposition which

determines the plan, and regular order, of the thematic members. For

example, Mozart, pianoforte sonata. No. 13, first movement:--

Principal Theme, with Transition (measures 1-27).

Subordinate Theme (28-41).

Codetta I (42-53).

Codetta II (54-58). In the Recapitulation, the arrangement is thus:--

Principal Theme, Codetta I, Subordinate Theme, Codetta II; that is,

the first codetta appears before, instead of after, the Subordinate