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In Johann Sebastian Bach

What does Fugue mean?

ANSWER: . Its the name of a piece of organ music Written by Bach between 1703 and 1707. See the related links for more information.
In Johann Sebastian Bach

What is the subject of a fugue?

The recurring theme of the piece. It can be presented with different tempos or keys.
In Japanese Language and Culture

Is fugu dangerous?

Fugu, known in the West as Japanese Puffer or Blowfish, is one of several types of fish species from that family that are eaten as sushi - raw fish. The puffer has a very dea (MORE)
In Fish

What do fugu eat?

The fugu fish is an extremely poisonous fish found in the watersoff Japan. Fugu fish, also called puffer fish, eat other fish,small crustaceans, and plankton.
In Music

In music what is a fugue? a musical form consisting essentially of a theme repeated a fifth above or a fourth below the continuing first statement
In Classical Music

Is fugue an opus?

A fugue is a musical form. An opus is a musical composition. Therefore a fugue is not an opus, nor is an opus a fugue. A composer may compose a fugue and give it an opus numb (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What is tocatta and fugue?

Toccata and Fugue is a organ musical piece written by Bach. I feel it's most associated with gothic medieval movies with a Dracula or Dr. Frankenstein feel.
In Uncategorized

What is fugu poisoning?

when a person eats the flesh of a fugu, also known as a puffer fish, which contains lethal toxins.
In Botany or Plant Biology

Is fugus a plant?

No, fungus is not a plant. Fungi do not contain stems, leaves, or roots, and do not photosynthesize. Fungi are their own kingdom and feed off of decaying material or are paras (MORE)
In Uncategorized

What does a dissociative fugue do?

A dissociative fugue is characterized by generally short-termed amnesia of one's own personal identity, such as their personality traits. The period of fugue, however, is gene (MORE)