6 episodes, 1956, University of Southern California Department of Cinema
"Henri Temianka, leader and first violinist of the Paganini Quartet, serves as narrator on this series of six half-hour programs designed to explain the forms used by composers in simple terms for the layman. A program is devoted to each of the following forms: sonata, scherzo, rondo, theme and variation, fugue, and song-form. Members of the Quartet and distinguished guests from the University of Southern California Music School faculty presents illustrative selections to supplement Temianka’s narration. Temianka, well-known musician and music educator, wrote and directed the series for production by the University of Southern California Department of Cinema."