Beginning with a brief review of melodic concepts from Chapter 4, this chapter turns to a more thorough treatment of motivic development procedures, such as retrograde, inversion, augmentation, diminution, and fragmentation, and their use in the creation of phrases, period structures, and leitmotifs. You will also be introduced to a variety of musical forms from common-practice styles, jazz, and popular music, including binary form, ternary form, variation forms, sonata form, rondo form, AABA song form, blues form, and verse-chorus form.