Dedicated to contemporary classical music composer, Pasquale Toscano. The form of the movements are quite formal: 1st mov., Sonata form, 2nd mov., Scherzo, 3rd mov., Ternary form (ABA), and 4th mov. (The strangest tonal work you'll ever listen to), Sonata-Rondo form (ABAC [C being development] ABA) + Coda. Every movement has an attacca, which makes this work be played in one steady go. Now, for the more interesting part: This sonata breaks most of the rules of classical music. Can you spot them? Of course you can! For example, the Rondo starts in the wrong key, but runs to the tonic really quickly, and the first B section is in the subdominant instead of the dominant, and the last time the B section occurs, this time in the dominant instead of the usual tonic. Every appearance of the A section is different as well. Anyways, enjoy this work, and I'll be back with another sonata in a couple of days.