The location of which they are performed. A chamber sonata would be meant for a small, private audience whereas a church sonata would be played in front of a congregation for the purpose of worship.
The Moonlight Sonata was written in 1801.
No. Generally a sonata is divided into three sections.
Do you mean the moonlight sonata? It's Beethoven
it is not a song. It's a piano sonata by Ludwig Van Beethoven.
Well minuet is like a half sonatina. Sonatina is a half sonata
A sonatina is literally a small sonata. As a musical term, sonatina has no single strict definition; it is rather a title applied by the composer to a piece that is in basic sonata form, but is shorter, lighter in character, or more elementary technically than a typical sonata.
It is basicly a small sonata (an instrumental piece )
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It's almost the same except that in a sonata rondo form the main theme is stated between each section (like between the exposition and development sections)
The big difference between the three is the amount of people performing them. A sonata is written for one or two instruments, the concerto for a soloist/s with an orchestra and a symphony is for the entire orchestra.
Sonata form is a description of the way a section of a symphony is played (exposition, development, recapitulation), but Sonata refers to piece meant to be played by a small number of instruments (or one).
That depends on the Sonatina in question. Every Sonatina is a different piece - every piece has different notes. Perhaps you are reffering to a specific Sonatina, in which case - what tune are you asking about?
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Yes, there is such a sonatina, Op.98.