Flashcards in Reading: Fugue Deck (12)
In general terms, fugue can be thought of as ___ ___ ___.
Systematized imitative polyphony.
A polyphonic composition for a fixed number of instrumental lines or voices built on a single principal theme.
The term for the principal theme of a fugue.
(1) The first section of a fugue. (2) The first section of a sonata-form movement.
In a fugue, appearances of the entire fugue subject after the opening exposition.
In a fugue, a passage that does not contain any complete appearances of the fugue subject.
In a fugue, a subsidiary melodic line that appears regularly in counterpoint with the subject.
Reading or playing a melody or a twelve-tone series upside down. Playing all of its upwards intervals downwards and vice versa.
In a fugue, overlapping entrances of the fugue subject in several voices simultaneously.
An introductory piece, leading to another, such as a fugue or an opera (with the exception of Chopin's preludes).