This first video represents Part One of my Discussion and Analysis of the Fugue, BWV 847, inclusive of the Exposition. (I use the Palmer edition)
In the course of a fugue, the SUBJECT should always be fleshed out in whatever voice it appears, but an awareness of counter-subject one, counter-subject 2 and motivic, imitative devices cloaking the subject is always required.
Part Two: Analysis Fugue, BWV 847
Part Three: Analysis Fugue, BWV 847
The manuscript below incorporates the theoretical mapping of Jose Rodriguez Alvira
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