So you hear the tune, but amongst the piano going a lot of other things accompaniment. So the form of this last two weeks, we discussed the one form in particular called Ternary form. That means three sections in the music that you have A, B, A. So the A, which means the first section and A comes back at the B is a contrasting section in the middle. That's called a ternary form. This form is called a Rondo Form. Rondo means goes around, around, round. So you have AB, A, and then CA, and you could keep going DA, EA, and so forth. So that's called a Rondo form, but I only use the five sections. Can we go to sample 2 please. So one of the things that I did in harmonic design is to deal with the pentatonic scale as you probably notice everything sound very pentatonic, but his tension and release. The tension if you look at A. So you have the top notes, it's that, right that's the tune. If you play the bottom note, value different, but also pentatonic. If you play together when you get to the third note where the box is and you hear the clash. You hear that. Now, if you add a supporting note on the top line, and I just made up a new scale in a bottom note. Also both pentatonic, but if you played together, you have these clashes. See all kinds of clashes, and that gives me the platform to work with. If you can work with the pentatonic, which means you stay with the sort of a Chinese style, Folkestone style, but at the same time, you create this clash, there the dissonance, and then one of the favorite things the tunnel music composers love to do is we call the Contrary Motion. So let us see if you looked at sample C go up and back for example, and then left hand goes. Right. So contrary motion. So when you play those together, then you have this clash and attention and a release. No tension because it's consonant, you hear that. Now, the next one is if I don't want to go back to release, I could keep going, but little bit less maybe the third chord is a little bit less dissonant, and the second one so. Now, I can go back. So this kind of thing that I tried to do in remedy harmonic tension and the release. At the same time as I said, I need to have hierarchies, establish hierarchies in music. How do I do that? Look at example 3. So in big letters you see A, B, A, C, A. To A section, we start with. So this start with a consonant, and in B you go, and you keep going. So you can keep going with this without feeling actually they are dissonant, but if you line up together depends how you lined this up, and so on, so forth you keep climbing up. That's what I did is they did pizzicato, the piano line has all kind of a pentatonic line, and then it goes to A prom, that's the third section, and then it reaches close. So it goes back to same keys so to speak. The B-Flat, C E flat F, it's like A. It's the same key, and then the C section, which is a very simple section. So the violin is doing Cello plays a half step lower so it's huge clash, but they don't do all the time parallel. They have some kind of counterpoint on their own. So you have, and so on, so forth, and then we'd go back to the big climax of the movement. That's where we have the tune again, but this time the violin in a piano right out or doing this chord. Where the base is already there for E F B-flat C. Just like every time you have DA, but I didn't want to resolve already because that's loses tension. So I move those, I have stepped up while the base note already arrives. So in other words the base note has arrived already, but while the upper notes has not arrive so you create this tension, tension right, but until resolve. Until we do this at the end. How do I do that? Because I have these piano bands in the middle of that we have this chaotic thing, and then we have this. We have this piano low notes banging all the way through this until that we play the very last quiet peaceful resolution. Can we just do that when we started was the climax, and then see how If you could hear at the banging, and if you have all these notes add together, it's this chord. That means it's already arrived, but the upward notes just like the people arrived, the furniture has not arrived when you move. So the truck is coming. So you anticipate a truck coming so that can have a real home.