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Double Fugue in D Minor by Thomas Matyas

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Uploaded on Jun 22, 2010

Double fugue for organ, completed in June of 2010.
This is what some old counterpoint texts describe as the "German" variety of double fugue, in which each theme has its own exposition before they combine (as opposed to the "Italian" specimen, in which both themes are stated together from the beginning of the piece).
In case anyone is wondering, the background painting is "Landscape with Sarcophagus" by Thomas Blanchet (1614-1689).
I've included a basic formal analysis for Fugue Geeks. Enjoy.

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