Fugue in D Minor for four voices (subject by Gedalge)

I wrote this while preparing for the Eighth Year Exam of Classical Composition at the Conservatory of Milan, in 1999 (or perhaps 2000?). The subject (the first four bars) is taken from Gedalge’s classical treatise (it’s exercise number 4). I remember it was really a pleasure to see a fugue getting together nicely, and this one is one of the best I wrote. (The countersubject I found, in particular, functions very well…)

I am of course preserving all my handwritten scores very carefully, but recently found in a forgotten folder also a transcription I made in Finale. Here it is: enjoy!

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