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    In that case here is an upgrade to "Ed's organ fugue in E minor"
    Ed's_organ_fugue_in_E_minor.pdf
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    Oh, I forgot to change one of the pedal subjects.
    I basicly removed most of the rocking rhythms.
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    Not to contradict regeron who in the few postings I read has given good advice, but I'd like to add that as a young composition student I think you're doing well. A fugue is not generally a style that a young student will be working on, although it certainly can have benefits. They can be difficult to write. But that makes me wonder...

    What is your goal as a composer? What are you wanting to achieve or where do you want to end up? Some of the basics, such as four part harmony (observing rules, understanding chord usage, good voice leading, etc.) or even cantus firmus exercises could really be of help to you in developing a solid musical vocabulary.

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    Before I ever wrote a fugue, or even a fugal exposition, I had studied standard classical harmony, counterpoint and written numerous Bach chorales and 2-part inventions.

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    I found something interesting, The second part of the counter subject of Bach's little fugue in G minor repeats almost every time the subject plays.

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    I've tried to compose a Genuine Four part fugue for the organ.
    Ed's_Fugue_in_G_major.pdf

    P.S. I had to remove my Fugue in E minor to make room for this one.
    https://musescore.com/user/10553021/...owoptions=true

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