The closing of our chapter on compound fugues, contrapunctus eleven, a powerful, complicated, and long fugue. Two expositions of the first theme? One in inversion? And wait, this is a triple fugue where all themes come in inversion and… also not in inversion? Holy B***!
The original order of the fugues found in P 200 (the autograph score).
The 11th fugue as a possible early finale to The Art of Fugue.
Glenn Gould’s version of this fugue.
Could there be an ‘anti-golden section’ in this one?
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