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Structure of the Triple Fugue of the Variazioni e fuga triplice sopra “Dies irae”
This page reproduces, with the page number on which they appear in the manuscript, the (unedited) analytical markings found in the triple fugue (pp. 150-201) of the Variazioni e fuga triplice sopra “Dies irae” per pianoforte (1923-26; 201 pp.).
|150||Ia. Fuga (a). (I) (a)|
|153||I(b). Second exposition of Theme I. (cancrizans.)|
|157||IC. Third exposition of Theme I (inverted.)|
|161||ID. 4th Exposition of Theme I. (cancrizans inversa.)|
|165||Fuga II. (1st Exposition of Theme II.)|
|169||II B (i) [Second Exposition of Theme II (cancrizans)]|
|172||II C. (i) Third Exposition of Subject II. (inverse.)|
|176||II D. Theme II. 4th exposition (cancrizans inversa.)|
|180||Subject III. 1st exposition: recto:|
|184||III. B (i) Subject III. second exposition, Cancrizans.|
|184||Third Exposition of Subject III (Inversus.)|
|191||III. D. Fourth exposition of the third theme. (cancrizans inversus)|
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