Little Prelude and Fugue in E flat major -
An opening single
gambit, an ornamented E flat essentially, begins the prelude, whose body
begins at measure 4. The use of seven and nine chords and lyrical gestures makes for
a gentle andante.
The opening of the
prelude then becomes the subject for a fugue, with harmonic washes of sound
to reinforce tonal regions.
pages, circa 3' 30" - an MP3 demo is here:
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Little Prelude and Fugue in
E flat major