Sonatina music

Sonatinas, as a musical form, have no strict definition. Most of the time the term is used to refer to a small sonata, usually very easy in terms of technique and much more lighter in terms of development and musical complexity. The term has been used since the early Baroque for keyboard pieces, and is still found today.
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