"Sonata e.g." crossword clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 14 Jun 2023

Sonata e.g. NYT crossword answer is:

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A sonata is a type of musical composition that is typically written for a solo instrument or a small ensemble. It is usually in three or four movements, and often has a structure similar to that of a symphony. Sonatas have been composed for centuries, and they remain popular today. The New York Times crossword clue from June 14, 2023, is a reference to this classic form of music.

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