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A simple fugue has only one subject, and does not utilize invertible counterpoint.
Similarly, a triple fugue has three subjects. In other words, the subject and countersubjects must be capable of being played both above and below all the other themes without creating any unacceptable dissonances. During the course of a permutation fugue, it is quite uncommon, actually, for every single possible voice-combination or "permutation" of the themes to be heard.
This limitation exists in consequence of sheer proportionality: In consequence, composers exercise editorial judgment as to the most musical of permutations and processes leading thereto. One example of permutation fugue can be seen in the opening chorus of J.
Permutation fugues differ from conventional fugue in that there are no connecting episodes, nor statement of the themes in related keys. Invertible counterpoint is essential to permutation fugues but is not found in simple fugues. Often the contrapuntal writing is not strict, and the setting less formal.
See for example, variation 24 of Beethoven 's Diabelli Variations Op. History[ edit ] Middle Ages and Renaissance[ edit ] The term fuga was used as far back as the Middle Agesbut was initially used to refer to any kind of imitative counterpoint, including canonswhich are now thought of as distinct from fugues.
Fugal writing is found in works such as fantasiasricercares and canzonas. Gioseffo Zarlinoa composer, author, and theorist in the Renaissancewas one of the first to distinguish between the two types of imitative counterpoint: The Renaissance composer Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina ?
Baroque era[ edit ] It was in the Baroque period that the writing of fugues became central to composition, in part as a demonstration of compositional expertise. Fugues were incorporated into a variety of musical forms. Keyboard suites from this time often conclude with a fugal gigue.
Domenico Scarlatti has only a few fugues among his corpus of over harpsichord sonatas. The French overture featured a quick fugal section after a slow introduction. The second movement of a sonata da chiesaas written by Arcangelo Corelli and others, was usually fugal. The Baroque period also saw a rise in the importance of music theory.
Some fugues during the Baroque period were pieces designed to teach contrapuntal technique to students.
Haydnfor example, taught counterpoint from his own summary of Fux and thought of it as the basis for formal structure.
Bach's most famous fugues are those for the harpsichord in The Well-Tempered Clavierwhich many composers and theorists look at as the greatest model of fugue.
Bach is also known for his organ fugues, which are usually preceded by a prelude or toccata.The baroque style of music was different than its predecessor the renaissance period, because music during the renaissance period was sung in the a cappella choral style, while in the baroque era instruments played a huge role/5(14).
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The author treats a variety of topics, such as. A fugue begins with the exposition of its subject in one of the voices alone in the tonic key. After the statement of the subject, a second voice enters and states the subject with the subject transposed to another key (usually the dominant or subdominant), which is known as the answer.
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