ln this form, a musical theme is stated (the main melody of tne movement),
followed by any number ol varied presentations of that theme. ln subsequent
variations, new countermelodies can be added, and aspects of the theme
(such as key, meter, instrumentation, mood, dynamics, etc.) can be altered.
THEME - VARIATION1 - VARIATION 2 - VARIATION 3 (etc.)
Theme and Variations is found in second movements of many Classic works,
and it is sometimes used in fourth movements.