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Fuga la ciaconna in g

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Fuga la ciaconna in g minor:

The fugue subject is a countersubject to the commonly ciaconna passage (in the key of gminor: G F EB D). This passage is not written in the fugue, but is "hidden" in the hamony. The little experiment here is to have a hidden 4th voice to sing with the words kyrie. The theme will be inn all of the four voice ranges. The idea is to give the freedom to the performer of how to arrange and where to place the voices.  That is the experimental part of the piece. As for the fugue it self its for 3 voices.

Plase tell me what you think

Edited by Simen-N

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