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Among the many qualities that set Bach apart from his contemporaries is his manner of transforming his thematic material—most notably his fugue subjects. Bach himself believed that all good fugue writers should know how and when to change (or mutate) their subjects. The consequences of such...
Commentators have traditionally judged Schumann’s sonata forms negatively, despite recent positive reassessments. In the response to Schumann’s expositions, even two of his most insightful advocates, Linda Correll Roesner and Anthony Newcomb, portray Schumann’s designs as “structurally...
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