Manual of fugue, including canon, imitation, and double counterpoint by Preston Ware Orem

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Statementby Preston Ware Orem.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Orem, Preston Ware, Manual of fugue, including canon, imitation, and double counterpoint. Philadelphia. A Treatise on Canon and Fugue: Including the Study of Imitation. Ernst Friedrich Richter. Ditson, - Canon Of the Use of Double Counterpoint in the Tenth.

The Fughetta The Fugato Free Fugal Writing. Other editions A Treatise on Canon and Fugue: Including the Study of Imitation: Author: Ernst Friedrich Richter. Guide to the Study of Counterpoint, Canon and Fugue (Abutkov, Aleksey) Composition Year Genre Categories: Music theory; Writings; Russian language))) Sheet Music.

Scores (0) Parts (0) Arrangements and Transcriptions (0) Other Book 2 Part 1 * # - MB. Fughetta: Little fugue; may have just an exposition and an ending. Invertible counterpoint: Counterpoint in which the order of the voices (top to bottom) can be changed while still following stylistic voice leading and counterpoint guidelines.

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Full text of "Text-book of simple and double counterpoint including imitation or canon" See other formats. main page. Text-Book of Simple and Double Counterpoint Including Imitation or Canon. Posted on by nakyr. ♮ A fugue is a multi-voice musical composition, built on a subject (theme) that imitates itself frequently.

♮ In music, imitation is the repetition of a melody in close succession, but in different voice and pitch levels. Fig. 1 Beginning measures of J.S. Bach’s Fugue No.4 in C * minor, BWV Previous / / Text-Book of Simple and Double Counterpoint Including Imitation or Canon OnPosted by pyri, InWith No Comments Text-Book of Simple and Double Counterpoint Including.

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Classic study comprises two parts. The first is a comprehensive historical survey of writings on the fugue from the beginning of fugal teaching (c.

) to the present. Part Two explores in depth four 18th-century studies which are its classical presentations: Steps to Parnassus, J. Fux (), A Treatise on Fugue, F. Marpurg (–54), Fundamental and Practical Essay on Fugal. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

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As I mentioned, a fugue usually also has a certain form, but this is more a set of conventions that came up with time (especially in Bach's works) than strict rules. But the easiest way to distinguish them is still the imitation/counterpoint: If all voices play the same things with an offset, it's a canon.

A Manual of simple, double, triple and quadruple Counterpoint is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.

As nouns the difference between fugue and canon is that fugue is (music) a contrapuntal piece of music wherein a particular melody is played in a number of voices, each voice introduced in turn by playing the melody while canon is a generally accepted principle; a rule.

Counterpoint is more of a theory/set of rules which describe how different voices (melodies) must behave relative to each other (for instance, one basic rule is that a fifth can never follow another fifth, for instance, you cannot have a sequence.

Grieg has an accompanied canon among his ” Lyric Pieces,” and a very interesting specimen it is. All fugues have certain features in common with the canon, but worked out only to a brief extent.

Yet in spite of the abandonment of the specific forms of counterpoint except the fugue, the art is far from dead. Buy Counterpoint Strict And Free: Double Counterpoint, Imitation, Fugue And Canon - Primary Source Edition by Clarke, Hugh Archibald (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hugh Archibald Clarke. The fugue is a type of polyphonic composition or compositional technique based on a principal theme (subject) and melodic lines (counterpoint) that imitate the principal fugue is believed to have developed from the canon which appeared during the 13th century.

The canon is a type of composition wherein the parts or voices have the same melody, each beginning at a different time. "The Craft of Modal Counterpoint" is the companion book to Benjamin's "The Craft of Tonal Counterpoint," recently republished in a second edition by Routledge.

Modal counterpoint is the style of composition that was employed until the "tonal" revolution pioneered by. Richter, E. Manual of simple and double counterpoint. — Author's ed. Fugue, in music, a compositional procedure characterized by the systematic imitation of a principal theme (called the subject) in simultaneously sounding melodic lines (counterpoint).

The term fugue may also be used to describe a work or part of a work. In its mathematical intricacy, formality. See the Canon per Augmentationem in contrario Motu from the Art of Fugue for an example of double counterpoint at the octave.

At the Tenth (8va+3rd): Parallel motion tends to be avoided altogether. This is because intervals that parallel acceptably in one texture (e.g. 3rds & 6ths) become unacceptable when inverted (8vas & 5ths).

In music, a fugue (/ f juː ɡ /) is a contrapuntal compositional technique in two or more voices, built on a subject (a musical theme) that is introduced at the beginning in imitation (repetition at different pitches) and which recurs frequently in the course of the composition. It is not to be confused with a fuguing tune, which is a style of song popularized by and mostly limited to early.

Publisher: Routledge ISBN Title: The Craft of Tonal Counterpoint Item Condition: New. Author: Benjamin, Thomas ISBN. Will be clean, not soiled or stained. Books. The following is the exposition of a two-part fugue, including a codetta:— After the exposition is completed by the successive and regular entry of every part, it is well to make use of fragments of the materials already announced, working them up contrapuntally into passages of imitation, and modulating into nearly related keys for a few.

Counterpoint Applied. In the Invention, Fugue, Canon and Other Polyphonic Forms. An Exhaustive Treatise on the Structural and Formal Details of the Polyphonic or Contrapuntal Forms of Music.

by Percy () Goetschius and a great selection of related books. 50+ videos Play all Mix - Bach: Canon @ 12th, Counterpoint @ 5th | The Art of Fugue | Cory Hall, pianist-composer YouTube Glenn Gould-J.S. Bach-The Art of Fugue (HD). Acounter-subject 4-andusuallythestretta Totheseareusuallyadded.

1-Codetta 2-Episode3-Pedal 4-Coda5-CanonCertainartificesareusedtoaddtotheinterest,such as: 1. Double counterpoint, imitation, and canon, are of universal value and importance to the musician, not only in fugal writing of which they are the very essence but in every kind of musical composition.

The two subjects appear in various combinations that lead to an emphatic conclusion. Contrapunctus 10 (BWV /10), another double fugue, now with imitation at the tenth, opens with the exposition of a new, off-beat subject, which appears in all four voices.

It is followed by the exposition of the main subject, inverted and with dotted rhythms. A double canon is a canon with two simultaneous themes, a triple canon has three. Double canon. A double canon is a composition that unfolds two different canons simultaneously.

A duet aria, "Herr, du siehst statt guter Werke" from J. Bach's Cantata BWV 9, Es ist das Heil uns kommen her features a double canon "between flute and oboe on the.

The Art of Fugue (or The Art of the Fugue; German: Die Kunst der Fuge), BWVis an incomplete musical work of unspecified instrumentation by Johann Sebastian Bach (–).

Written in the last decade of his life, The Art of Fugue is the culmination of Bach's experimentation with monothematic instrumental works. This work consists of 14 fugues and 4 canons in D minor, each using some.

A spectacular example of contrapuntal ingenuity can be found in the double canon that forms the trio section of Mozart's Serenade for Wind Octet in C, K. Here a pair of oboes and a pair of bassoons unfold two mirror canons at the same time. Erik Smith (, p) sees this as "a perfect example of Mozart's use of academic means, canon, inverted canon and mirror canon, to a purely musical.

The subject is treated canonically, the answer does not appear. It can be structured as a canon at the 8ve, in Double Counterpoint at the 15th. This process will automatically produce one canon at the 8ve above, and another canon at the 8ve below.

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Get FREE 7-day instant eTextbook access!. The slow movement of the "Double Concerto" for two violins opens with an exquisite example of this procedure.

For all its importance in Bach, fugue isn't the last word in his imitation of entire melodies. This distinction belongs to a kind of imitative piece called a canon (as in "law"; an apt.A Treatise on Fugue: Including the study of imitation and canon.

Boston: O. Ditson & Co. {} Rothgeb, John, ed. Counterpoint: A Translation of Kontrapunkt by Heinrich Schenker, Book I. Translated by John Rothget and Jürgen Thym.

Ann Arbor: Musicalia Press.In music, a fugue (/ ˈ f juː ɡ / FEWG) is a compositional technique (in classical music) in two or more voices, built on a subject that is introduced at the beginning in imitation (repetition at different pitches) and recurs frequently in the course of the composition.

The English term fugue originated in the 16th century and is derived from either the French word fugue or the Italian fuga.

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