Contrappunto and Fugue in D major - (2002)
A bright, lively statement opens the work, gestures trading voices. The traditional Baroque texture offers transparent interplay between voices as the theme moves about.
The fugue subject is derived from the first theme, and works its way through manuals and pedal in the traditional tonic-dominant fulcrum.
8 pages, circa 4' 00" - an MP3 demo is here:
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Contrappunto and Fugue in D major