Variations on a Fugue by J.S. Bach

Imitation has been a staple of western music since the Renaissance. It involves repeating a musical gesture in a new part and is basically a quick and easy way to lengthen your music without having to come up with a whole new melody.

The simplest and most common example is the round, which most of . . . → Read More: Variations on a Fugue by J.S. Bach