[PDF] Lawson, Jeremiah - Fugue in G# minor

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Jeremiah Lawson
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[PDF] Lawson, Jeremiah - Fugue in G# minor

Post by Jeremiah Lawson » Tue Dec 30, 2008 9:49 pm

Okay, with this post the two following threads have a new context:

viewtopic.php?f=12&t=26486&p=265221&hil ... to#p265221

viewtopic.php?f=12&t=26489&p=263818&hil ... to#p263818

These threads above used to be my ostinato studies 1 and 2 in G sharp minor. Well, with this new thread consider study 1 to be a prelude and consider study 2 to be a postlude. THIS thread now constitutes the fugue for a prelude, fugue, and postlude in G sharp minor for solo guitar. Hope nobody minds. So now if you want you can downlod this fugue and play all three pieces in a row to give it a new musical context and consider it all one piece, or you can play any of the pieces as individual works.

I finished this piece back in October and never got around to posting it and since two thirds of the prelude, fugue, and postlude are already here on Delcamp I figure I might as well put the fugue up, too. I hope you enjoy the piece. It's pretty trite in a few places but I cut myself a lot of slack about that on account of the key.
Prelude and Fugue in G sharp minor.pdf
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Re: WenatcheeTheHatchet - Fugue in G sharp minor for guitar

Post by owl » Tue Dec 30, 2008 11:31 pm

As always, your work is of the highest standard... thank you for posting
All three pieces have their own challenges... it will be interesting to play them in succession

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Re: [PDF] WenatcheeTheHatchet - Fugue in G sharp minor for guitar

Post by Jeremiah Lawson » Thu Jan 08, 2009 5:59 pm

Thanks owl. Should you get a chance to play them in succession I'd love to know what you think of how the three parts fit together. I'm working on them myself and I hope to record one of the prelude and fugue pairings for guitar one of these days. I'm leaning toward this one.

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Re: [PDF] WenatcheeTheHatchet - Fugue in G sharp minor for guitar

Post by serl » Fri Jan 09, 2009 8:00 pm

This looks very interesting indeed (a bit scary key for guitar though :shock: ). I'm just a beginner, so I can't play it from the beginning to the end myself, but it'd be very interesting to hear the recording :merci:

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