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Fugal analysis

Ebenezer Prout

Fugal analysis

a companion to "Fugue"; being a collection of fugues of various styles

by Ebenezer Prout

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Published by Augener & co. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fugue.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementput into score and analyzed by Ebenezer Prout.
    SeriesAugener"s edition -- no. 9186
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsMT40 .P96
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 249 p.
    Number of Pages249
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22908775M
    LC Control Number03021283

    This page lists the fugal works of Johann Sebastian Bach, defined here as the fugues, fughettas, and canons, as well as other works containing fugal expositions but not denoted as fugues, such as some choral sections of the Mass in B minor, the St Matthew Passion, the St John Passion, and the cantatas.. This sub-list of the complete list of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach is intended to. Norden Fondation on fugue analysis. Fugue lists: 16th c. and previous; 17th c. 18th c. 19th c. 20th c. General articles and analyses: Extract from: and Paul Walker. The term fugue; A classic fugue analysed, The fugue in C minor from book 1 of Bach’s WTK; The golden age [extract]: J.S. Bach; The golden age [extract]: Haendel. Bibliography.

    Fugal writing is a very complex form of counterpoint. In the Baroque it could also be considered a genre, as many pieces were composed as stand-alone most important thing to remember is the role of the fugue subject as the main melodic idea that is imitated throughout the piece. The fugal genre is noticeably absent from these studies, but I suggest that fugal analysis proves beneficial for both introductory and advanced courses in Schenkerian analysis. After introducing a step-by-step method for graphing fugues, I demonstrate the method through detailed discussions of J. S. Bach’s Fugues in D major and F major from.

    The question of fugal improvisation in the Baroque era has been raised in the pages of musicology literature more than once.2 It still remains topical today; yet in the practice of Baroque improvisation, the improvisation of fugue has rarely become an object of independent File Size: KB. Hypermeter plays a remarkable role in the fugal development in the last movement of Beethoven's Sonata in A major, Opus Although previous analyses rarely consider the presence of hypermeter in fugal textures, my research indicates that hypermeter is Author: John Stephen Reef.


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Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ Author: Ebenezer Prout. Visual Analysis of J.S. Bach's Fugue No. 2 in C minor, BWVfrom the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 (bars 7–12)(Listen) False entries [ edit ] At any point in the fugue there may be "false entries" of the subject, which include the start of the subject but are not completed.

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A textbook on fugue, drawing examples exclusively from WTC; an analytical guide to all the fugal movements. WORKS COVERED: BWV READERSHIP: University students learning fugues and fugal analysis.

RESEARCH CONTRIBUTION: Original insights and Fugal analysis book approach to fugal composition. 68 Analysis of J. Bach's FUGUE 35 (Book II, 11) F MAJOR (THREE VOICES). A fugue of unusual construction, in the few entries of the subject, and the very large proportion of episode.

An important feature of the fugue is its two pedal points (bars 61 to 65, and 76 to 82): the latter is the longest yet met with in the collection. Question: I’m starting to learn Bach’s Fugue in D major from Book 1 of the Well-Tempered Clavier.

I’ve read your extremely useful article, How to Learn a Fugue, and I have started to practice the fugue accordingly. My question is related to the structure of the fugue (of this particular fugue as well as of fugues in general), which is not clear to me.

Tempered Clavier, Book I, No. XXI," The Music Forum III (), For a less rigorous Schenkerian reduction, see Wallace Berry's analysis of the D#-minor Fugue in WTC I. Fugal Composition: A Guide to the Study of Bach's '48' is not a book to leaf through page by page.

Nor does it offer suggestions on performance practice or interpretation. It is, however, a well-written and useful reference guide for those who are interested in detailed analysis by a leading scholar in the field.

In Analyzing Fugue-A Schenkerian Approach, author William Renwick utilizes Schenkerian techniques to explore the relationship between imitative counterpoint and voice-leading in fugue. He shows that the art of fugal composition as practiced by masters such as Bach and Handel involves a remarkable degree of systematic structural patterning that /5(2).

Fugue analysis. We present here a computational analysis of fugues, trying to automatically analyze their structure. Click on the link below each diagram to access an interactive version of these analysis, with scores.

For more information, and discussion on this method and its results. In the absence of any definitive theory of fugal form, fugal analysis tends to concentrate on details of contrapuntal procedure, with considerably less emphasis given to formal aspects.

This study will focus on the overall form of the fugues in the first book of Das wohltemperirte : Edward J. Traves. Exam Section 2: 18th-century Fugal Analysis (8 questions) For Bach's Fugue in F major from The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 YouTube link of a performance of. The Well-tempered Clavier book one and book two contain 48 preludes and fugues in all the keys of the chromatic scale.

It is widely accepted the Bach’s The Well-tempered Clavier was modelled on J.C.F. Fischer’s Ariadne musical, a set of 20 short preludes and fugues in a. In Analyzing Fugue-A Schenkerian Approach, author William Renwick utilizes Schenkerian techniques to explore the relationship between imitative counterpoint and voice-leading in fugue.

He shows that the art of fugal composition as practiced by masters such as Bach and Handel involves a remarkable degree of systematic structural patterning that.

Eminently readable despite the complexity of its subject, Fugal Composition: A Guide to the Study of Bach's 48 guides the reader in studying the 48 fugues of the composer's Well-Tempered Clavier.

Author Joseph Groocock analyzes each of the fugues individually, both verbally and diagrammatically, and includes such elements as overall structure, episodes, stretto, subsidiary subjects, and.

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Writing Action. Fugal critical analysis relates to a new research field of multimodality 21 Theo Van Leeuwen and G.R.

Kress, Multimodal Discourse: The Modes and Media of Contemporary Communication (London: Edward Arnold, ). View all notes that constructs meaning as an assemblage of perceptual, conceptual, and material elements; the methodology is phenomenological, i.e., based on Cited by: 1.

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J.S. BACH: THE ANALYSIS OF THE TOCCATA AND FUGUE IN D MINOR The Toccata and Fugue in D minor is a two-part harmonious oeuvre for the organ, Bach composed the composition beforeand people recall it because of its magnificent sound, phenomenal authority, and stimulating rhythm.Computational Fugue Analysis.

June ; Computer Music Journal 39(2) from the first book of Bach’s W ell-Tempered. fugal passages in Messiaen’s music are very.Chapter 4 is an analysis of Bach's Fugue in E major from book II of the Well-Tempered Clavier.

The analysis employs the sd/pc GIS introduced in Chapter 1 to explore the ways in which the fugue subject takes on the hues of its shifting tonal surroundings. The chapter considers the possible the relevance of such modes of hearing to eighteenth-century listeners and employs certain ideas from.