Let's see and example from Tchaikovsky. This is a very short example. Pieces in ternary form are often larger and can have more defined and contrasting sections. Section B can often have contrasting key and tempo.

Chris Breemer, piano. Courtesy of Piano Society and Chris Breemer.




    
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