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 In designing first movements, Sonata Form has often been used, and musical material of various, sometimes contrasting types, needs to be distributed in ultimately balanced sequence and quantity (not that one can simplify such an ineffable art), and it reminds me very much of the need to sprinkle bullish trades with bearish ones, the lack of such being brought to my attention right now.


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  1. “Sonata Form, I Don’t Think So” written by Mike Hunt « on April 12, 2011 3:01 pm

    […] boring classical pieces, here is a nice piece about a guy who wrote some famous sonatas. LikeBe the first to like thispost. […]

  2. Andre Wallin on April 12, 2011 5:13 pm

    Ms. hunt should be banned from posting. keeping time of you’re decisions with a stop watch in the market is like a guitarist keeps track of his timing with a kick drum.

  3. Mike Hunt on April 13, 2011 7:06 am

    Mr. Wallin doesn’t have a sense of humor and needs to loosen his panties. It’s very sad that in addition to being a young curmudgeon, he also writes disparaging things about women on this very site. He once said, “written by a woman, enough said……i think women have a propensity to engage in relationships with men who are peaking and then when the man is in decline she hangs on way too long until the very end to dump him. she buys high and sells low, so i can see how she wrote this article……laughing out loud at this, too funny.” Maybe Mr. Wallin should look at his own character flaws and ban himself from commenting. What’s fair is fair.

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