This particular Interlude, one I would call a valiant attempt, is supposed to be in rondo form. As I have stated in previous posts, these Interludes were composed with the a teaching element in mind. The problem with rondo form is that it is usually a larger scale form, one that cannot simply be put on a single page. From this point on, this and the next two interludes were never presented to any class I taught. I like these pieces, but didn’t feel they did what I wanted for teaching purposes.
Interestingly, this was my second attempt at writing a single page rondo. I’m not sure it is entirely successful, but here it is in any case. Each line in this rondo form has it’s own form marking, ABACACoda (A-B-A1-C-A2-A-coda in reality). But expressing this form as found in a single page is quite trite. Most classical rondo forms are lengthier than this particular piece. Download it here.