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Figure 7.3.2a

Figure 7.3.2. (a) Haydn’s E minor Piano Sonata, Hob. XVI/34, mm. 72–75. (b) Haydn’s E minor Piano Sonata, Hob. XVI/34, mm. 72–75. (b-c) The “down a third, up a step” sequence in Fauré’s Pavane, mm. 2–5 and Bach’s Bf two-part invention, mm. 15–16 (bottom). (d) The “down a third, down a third, down a fifth7rdquo; sequence in the D major fugue from Book I from Bach’s Well-Tempered Clavier, mm. 9–10.



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