[Smt-talk] accellerandi-pieces

Jonathan Berkahn jrb at paradise.net.nz
Mon Oct 12 12:24:36 PDT 2009

It seems to have a been a fairly standard feature of Mendelssohn's fugal 
writing: there's an example in the early Characterstücke, one in the 
op.35 preludes and fugues, one in the organ sonatas, and the overture to 
Elijah.  Possibly others, too.

	Jonathan Berkahn

New Zealand School of Music

Johannes Quint wrote:

> dear list,
> i am lookink for pieces with large-scaled accellerandi, either  
> incremental (as in carmens 'danse boheme') or stepless, either via  
> tempo-modification or via rhythm-change.
> thanks a lot for help.
> johannes quint
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