[PDF] Lawson, Jeremiah - Prelude in B major

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Jeremiah Lawson
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[PDF] Lawson, Jeremiah - Prelude in B major

Post by Jeremiah Lawson » Tue Sep 27, 2011 12:47 am

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Since I posted the fugue in B major a while ago and have finished the prelude that goes with it I'm posting the prelude here. This prelude is intended to work as the prelude to the B major fugue but also to function as an interlude if played in the context of the cycle as a whole. The B flat minor fugue has a more neo-Baroque mood to it (you can finid it here in this forum if you search for it). The B major fugue is a blues fugue replete with 12-bar blues composed from the contrapuntal strands. A prelude to such a fugue on the heels of a B flat minor neo-Baroque fugue needs to bridge a stylistic gap.
Prelude and Fugue in B major.pdf
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Re: WenatcheeTheHatchet - Prelude in B major

Post by Vesuvio » Tue Sep 27, 2011 7:11 am

:merci: for continuing to make your works available,

Best wishes, V :D
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