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Sonata: A sonata is a piece of music, mainly for a solo instrument, with 3 movements in ABA form. The first movement (exposition) is usually fast,the second (development) is slower, in a closely related key and has new material, and the third (recapitulation) is broadly similar to the first, fastagain, but also has elements of the new ideas from the development section, and all in the first key.
Rondo form:
The word "rondo" comes from theFrench word "rondeau," which means "round." In music, a rondo is a form that repeats the main theme over and over again. The rondo has developed into amusical form that is often used as the final movement in classical sonatas, symphonies and concertos. As the final movement, it can usually bedescribed as the climatic point in the work, and the tempo is almost always very fast.
March form:
The majority of marches are written in duple meter,meaning they have two beats per measure. In fact, only a handful of marches are written otherwise, usually in 4/4, but still using the same tempo.Concerto Grosso (Ritornello)
Concerto grosso (Italian, meaning "large concert") originated during the Baroque period. Very similar to the concerto, whichdeveloped after and became more popular than the concerto grosso, the concerto grosso is characterized as having a small group of soloists performingin contrast to a full orchestra.

The Dance Suite is a Binary Structure (A-B) Each part is repeated, so that would make it A-A-B-B structure.
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