And now it was no longer a fugue of sounds—it was a fugue of all sensations.
She doesn't know a fugue from a bass viol, and she never hesitates to say so.
The pianist made no sign, having reached the fugue following the prelude.
No, Willis never knew any music, and yet he had a good taste, and loved a fugue.
So should the passion-music close, and not with fugue of praise and triumph like an oratorio.
Instantly came the reply, "I am very glad I don't look like a fugue."
And what was played was a fugue—though Petya had not the least conception of what a fugue is.
Gluck, indeed, has even been considered weak in counterpoint and fugue.
Meyerbeer, it is said, was also weak in counterpoint and fugue.
This fiery composition is followed by a four-voiced "real" fugue.