CRIM

Citations: The Renaissance Imitation Mass Project

Observation <158>

Observer: Max Le Mée

<R79> Non-mechanical transformation, Omission — Derivative of <157> Vidi speciosam

Fuga, Cadence

Voices:
[Superius]
[Contratenor]
I.Tenor
[Bassus]
[II.Tenor]
[Contratenor]
[Superius]
I.Tenor
[Bassus]
[II.Tenor]
[Contratenor]
[Bassus]
I.Tenor

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

Time interval of entry: M6/6/6/9/2/4/4/10/5/7/2/4/4

Periodic: False

Strict: False

Flexed: True

Sequential: False

Inverted: False

Retrograde: False

Cantizans: [Superius]

Tenorizans: [II.Tenor]

Type: authentic

Tone: G

Dovetail voice: [Superius]

Remarks: The fuga is based on an ID I have already asserted in another comment. It is hard to find any other structural element in this fuga, as it is quite free. The first kyrie is based on only one element, leading to the CAD.