Little Fugue in E flat Lydian
short work opens with harmonic gestures to gently highlight the raised
fourth in its cadences. The fugue subject is scalar, rising little more than the octave as
the dominant and tonic are reinforced in the bass. The subject as answer
appears in the expected dominant with its E natural breaking the signature.
Canon and fugue combine in structure.
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Little Fugue in
E flat Lydian