CRIM

Citations: The Renaissance Imitation Mass Project

Observation <157>

Observer: Max Le Mée

<R79> Non-mechanical transformation, Omission — Model for <158> Missa Vidi speciosam: Kyrie

Fuga, Cadence

Voices:
Superius
Contratenor
PrimusTenor
Bassus
SecundusTenor
Superius

Melodic interval of entry: 4-5-4-4+8+

Time interval of entry: M6/10/6/11/3

Periodic: False

Strict: False

Flexed: False

Sequential: False

Inverted: False

Retrograde: False

Cantizans: Bassus

Tenorizans: Contratenor

Type: authentic

Tone: G

Dovetail voice: Superius

Remarks: A very free fuga based on an idea asserted in another comment. I have indicated a CAD that is not really a CAD, as to compare with the mass. This whole song, anyway, counts a lot of cadential clausules for very few CAD actually audible, due to a lot of dovetails and a 'restless'behaviour. The CAD I selected is inverted, I cannot indicate it... As the soggetto of 'Vidi speciosam'is used again on 'Cuius inastimabilis', I have selected the latter, though I do not describe it. (after reflection, I find the actual CAD on bar 28, it could be the model of the CAD in the mass. I will indicate it in another comment)