Flashcards in Fugue Deck (13):
initial presentation of subject
Development of fugue
contains alternating entries (subject intact) and episodes (subject not present)
often begin on scale degree 1 or 5, often a phrase with a distinct melodic or rhythmic idea for composer to work with
imitate subject at the dominant
literal transposition of the subject - occurs when there is no strong dominant at or near the beginning of the subject
transposes the subject with slight intervallic adjustments to preserve the integrity of the tonic key
material that is used as counterpoint to the subject or answer.
a short passage inserted between the answer and return of the subject in the exposition. used to modulate from dominant back to tonic and disguise the return of the subject
second structural division; modulatory; consists of material derived from subject or countersubject but DOES NOT contain subject intact.
a section which (if present) follows episode I and presents the subject and answer in original keys
imitation at a close interval such that each successive entry overlaps
Order of fugue material
Link (if present)