Definitions for "Binary form"
Two-part (A-B) form is based on statement and departure. Also two-part form. In this quick dance, the first idea is stated twice, followed by a contrasting idea, which is also repeated; the binary form here is outlined A-A-B-B. Example: Corelli, Suite for Strings, "Badinerie" Real Audio: 28K | 56K | About this album
Musical forms in two sections (graphed as A and B), very often repeated (AABB). The most common representatives are the Baroque dance forms: Allemande , Bourrée , Gavotte , Gigue , and the like.
two part form; AB
Keywords:  instrument, electronic, off, work
Electronic work in which the instrument is always either "off" or "on."