#1
Just a quick question for those of you savvy in the structure of music.

I'm writing an orchestral piece and it's in Rondo form currently (ABACABA).

Now, the question I ask is.. Does the piece have to change key between sections?

I know rules are made to be broken, but it's just made me curious.

Section A is in D minor, and so is section B, but C changes to G minor.

Thanks for the help guys!

TL;DR - does a piece in rondo form have to change key between sections?
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#3
Normally B section is in the Dominant. However the C section can stay in the original key, or modulate however you want.
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#4
A - Tonic
B - Dominant
C - where ever you want, but it obviously has to be set up properly
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