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So, the first movement of Mozart's 21st piano concerto (K. 467) is in sonata allegro form...which means there are two "themes" that are developed within the piece.

I can pick out the first one--it's developed right in the first 20 seconds. But I can't figure out what/where the second "theme" is in the piece.

Any help, guys?

Keep in mind, I am talking solely about the first movement, nothing else.

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