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Mozart’s method. But with ser. 1790s he isolates the DOS. motifs of variations from the theme, turns figurative ornamentation from decoration into a thematic tool. development, greatly enhances the role of codes. As a result, in 1802 B. created two cycles on original themes (op. 34 and op. 35), written, according to the composer, "in a completely new manner." In op. 34 B. achieved metric, tempo and tonal freedom of form.Each of the variations acquires a pronounced individual character and independent figurative meaning. In op. 35 - a kind of fp. the sketch of the finale of the 3rd symphony, the symphonization of the variation form is planned, which represents one of the achievements of the classic. music. Subsequently, the variation form becomes an important component of large productions. B. Improving the form of free variations that he found (sonata finale for op., Op. 109, variations on the Diabelli theme, slow parts of a number of the last quartets, 3rd and 4th parts of the 9th symphony, etc.), the composer significantly enriched and tradition. types of variation. So, Andante from the 5th symphony is a vivid example of double variations, the slow parts of oph sonatas. 57 and op. 111 - samples of strict (figurative) variations; in 32 variations for fp. (c-moll) the principle of ancient variations of the chaconne type is applied on a new basis.A new approach to polyphonic technique is closely connected with the new principle of composing variations. If in early production. the composer of imitation polyphony was given a modest place (she played a more prominent role only when she acted as a bearer of a humorous beginning), then in the 3rd symphony she becomes an important dramatist. factor. In the production. the last period of creativity imitation polyphony appears as an integral element of development (sonata for piano op. 101 and others), as the initial or final part of a series of cycles (sonatas for piano op. 106, Op. 110, quartet op. 131).