I've recently been comissioned to write a 12 tone piece for orchestra by a teacher of mine; an oppurtinity I accepted with zeal. So, I've listened to the second viennese school, Rochberg, Wuorinen, Dallapiccolla and anyone else associated with twelve tone serialism to get a feel for what I want to create. I've spent time researching the system and assoiated techniques. I've prepared my row using derivation and have studied it's various qualities (combinatorality, row inbreeding, symetry etc.) and have written a short (40 bar) piano piece to get to grips with how to go about 12 tone writing. So I can safely say that I have well and truly finished my research. Trouble is, I'm now stuck on where to go. I want to write it using a classical form, but am struggling to think of one that would suite 12 tone writing (sonata form suggested itself, but how to go about writing a development without discarding the row became problematic). Does anyone have any suggestions on what form I could use as a scaffold for my work?