wut up, y'all?! just chillin' in the MITC w/my plate o home fries LAdams, analyzin', fraternizin', and realizin' I aint got no game! STRAIGHT UP - I'm like a Wild Rider widout da ride, yo! Meanwhile all da otha playas be sittin' in a benz on twenties wit da ladies comin' out da windows y'all! FUR REAL.
Schumann's "Wild Rider" is pretty straightforward. It's got three sections ("ternary form"), and the first and third are identical (ABA). There are only two structural divisions, and these separate the A and B sections at measures 8 and 16. At these two points, there's a change in tonality - from a minor to F major and back to a minor, as well as a change in register - the melody switches from the right hand to the left.
Most everything else remains constant - the tempo, meter, rhythm, density, timbre, texture, and motive don't change. According to artist's interpretations, there could be changes in dynamics.
$poon out. peace n' love y'all