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Classification of 3 and 4 voices fugues by J. S. Bach according to the order of voices entry in the exposition

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In four voices fugues there are 24 possible combinations in the order of voice entries in the exposition. This system of classification according to the order of voice entries in the expositions summarizes all possible combinations using a few simple circles.
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Date Added to MERLOT: November 05, 2013
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Keywords: music theory, Bach, fugue

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