Share3 Shares This lister originally intended to write a list of the ten greatest fugues ever, but all ten, and the next or so, would be by Johann Sebastian Bach. So for some interesting diversity, here are ten outstanding fugues from other composers. These are not the ten greatest that are not by Bach, but simply ten great fugues.
Linnea on 24 Jun at 7: Like, no genetic modifications or anything?
Neil on 08 Jul at 2: I have the backstory and personality for the most part developed, but HOW he gets his powers is something I am stumbling on. Basically, what I have is the following: The protagonist is visiting a museum with his class. Essentially, a robbery occurs with the intent to steal the statue, but the protagonist strives to stop them.
This is where I am stuck.
Also you can make it so the robbers were stealing it for their boss that was seeking the same powers cause he thinks he has the same bloodline. McKenzie on 08 Jul at 2: Otherwise, it might be hard for the character to shape the plot.
For example, Gotham Central and District X are mainly about detectives without superpowers. Bob Moore of Bob Moore, No Hero is a private investigator in a world full of superheroes, but does not have superpowers or major gadgets himself.
Whether the story has superpowers or not, you could probably tell an interesting story about someone without superpowers e. The SHIELD-style agency puts the accountant into the field, investigating high-profile cases of a superpowered nature.
They want to distract the supervillain from attacking the public at large and also use any attacks against the accountant to gather information to locate and eliminate the supervillain.
Your idea about the bloodline transfer could work. The only issue I have is that will it seem a bit forced, or cliche, because the one thing I do not want to do make this story some idea that he was prophesied, or destined to gain the power.
The second idea seems logical, and such I can see it happening. I apologize if this is off topic, but would be logical to assume that when he did acquire his power, the gods would summon him. Most of their intent is to punish him, believing he as a mortal was unworthy.
And having the Moon Goddess vouch for him and his actions? McKenzie on 08 Jul at 3: Basically, the protagonist is visiting a museum with his class. The rest of the museum has been useless and boring, but the protagonist gets close to the display case and even that causes some mildly supernatural experience like chills down his spine or whatever.
Shortly thereafter, the kid hears gunfire downstairs the robbers entering the building. He hides the vase somewhere. The robbers storm the room and find that the vase has been taken. They correctly guess that somebody in the room must know where it is.
The hero reluctantly steps forward and produces the vase because nobody, not even a school rival, deserves to be killed for a vase. He gives over the vase, the criminals leave, and time stops. There were 15 or however many people in the room and nobody could figure out how to hide the doomsday vase from the criminals?
Taking on this task will be his penance and, if he fails, the bunny spirits will not be kind. So the rabbit decides to share some of his energy with the boy and makes him an offer he would be unwise to refuse.
I chose the rabbit. Other possibilities that come to mind: This would be further proof to the boy that surrendering the vase would be a really bad idea.Jul 17, · Should I do an actual fugue or is a fugue-like (fugato) section more appropriate?
2. If I write a fugue, should it necessarily be 4 or more voices as opposed to 3 voice?5/5(2). Free business-day shipping within the U.S. when you order $25 of eligible items sold or fulfilled by Amazon.
Personal site of author-editor Pat McNees, personal historian and medical historian, bringing a light touch to heavy subjects, helping people and organizations tell their life stories. To begin, we will write (and you will write) a three voice fugue with two repeating countersubjects.
This fugue was created today for this page, by way of example. 1. How To Write A Fugue A fugue is a piece of music of contrapuntal texture which is predominantly based on one theme called the subject. It’s important to note that a fugue isn’t really a form, it is a way of presenting a contrapuntal texture.
the Art of Fugue not as a baroque period composition, but as a work which is timeless and abstract, yet write their own completions.
My own “theory” of all this is discussed below. just that, by excessive differences in the registration of the individual voices, thus damaging the fusion.