The last section of music

Finale is the last section of music, usually used to conclude the entire composition. It can include a restatement of the main melody, as well as musical developments and variations based on it. The finale is often considered the highlight and final point of the entire performance.

The term "finale" is commonly used in classical music, orchestral works, and opera, among other forms of music, but can also be used in other genres of music. The form of a finale can vary greatly, from a simple phrase or chord progression to complex combinations and developments. In many pieces of music, the finale may differ in form from previous sections, or end in a markedly different way, in order to create musical surprise and effect.

Example of Finale

Beethoven Symphony No.5 Finale - GECA/Greilsammer

Writer: Frankie Chan