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Dual Subject Fugue

A Variation on the Form of a Fugue
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Probably been baked in the past sometime, but I just thought htis might be worth mentioning. You have your standard fugal exposition, with subject, answers, and a countersubject if you like, followed by episode or transitional passage to a second exposition, with a completely different subject. Another episode or transitional passage leads into the final exposition, where both subjects are combined. One may serve as an answer to the other.

I'll post some links if anyone cares... and I'll try to post a short little ditty which I think would make a great anthem for the Halfbakery website.

WordUp, Apr 14 2004

"Odd Pearl" http://trumpet.sdsu...Baroque_Music1.html
Tunes for the strained mood. [dpsyplc, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 06 2004]

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       [willien] An imitative polyphonic composition in which a theme or themes are stated successively in all of the voices of the contrapuntal structure.
skinflaps, Apr 14 2004
  

       Why not have three subjects and intermingle the passages to mimic a harmonic braid? The center subject carries a consistent theme, and the complimentary subjects weave in and out, alternating their themes.
simple123, Apr 14 2004
  

       What's a polyphonic composition?
spacemoggy, Apr 14 2004
  

       [spacemoggy] Why don't you have a go at making up a ditty, rather than asking for definition? If you're paying ISP time by the minute, I apologize.   

       Imitation. The overlapping repetition of a melody by two or more "voices." A technique of polyphonic composition.
dpsyplc, Apr 14 2004
  

       So it's something like 'Do Re Me' in the Sound of Music, then?
RayfordSteele, Apr 14 2004
  

       Or like those ones with the vanilla and chocolate swirled together!
bungston, Apr 14 2004
  
      
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