noun, plural ron·dos. Music.
Origin of rondo
Examples from the Web for rondo
Historical Examples of rondo
It consists of an air, nine variations and a finale which is in rondo form.A Popular History of the Art of Music
W. S. B. Mathews
Only the Adagio and Rondo of his Concerto had a decided success.
The Rondo, Op. 73, was not originally written for two pianos.
To her Chopin dedicated his first published work, Rondo, op. 1.
After this Aria came my Adagio and Rondo, and then the usual interval.
noun plural -dos
Word Origin for rondo
1797, "musical composition of one principal theme, which is repeated at least once," from Italian rondo, from French rondeau, rondel, from Old French rondel "little round" (see rondel).