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June 2011
Of the French "fugue" or of the Italian "fugue" both coming from Latin fugare (chase) and fugere (fugir). It is about the musical diversity, the landscapes and its peculiar rhythms. It's about the fleeing moments of observation, when I dilute myself into a much larger proportion, and tentatively capture infinites. It was instructive and challenging to mold materials with rhythm.
Fugue 1, op 87
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