noun, plural ron·dos.Music.
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The reader will remember the composer's intention of playing there with Fontana his Rondo for two pianos.
This desire the composer satisfies only partially in the last movement (Rondo vivace, 2-4, E major).
As a slight requital of your kind souvenir, I take the liberty to send you some variations, and a Rondo with violin accompaniment.Beethoven's Letters 1790-1826, Volume 1 of 2|Lady Wallace
The last movement, a prefect rondo in form, returns to the mood and general style of the first.
Rondo is one of those words of many relatives, both in our own English and other languages.