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(A two-pqt inyention)
In this arrangement the riglrt hand begins the rnelody aad tlre left hand follows a1ith the same melody one mqa$urc behind and five tones lower. This i$ called a "Canon at the frfth blow." At letter@, &e left hand begins and the rigbt hand follows four tones hiS.e.. This is called a 'oCanon at the fourth abov6." I*ter@is a contrasting **tion, *itf, tn" melody in the right hand- The left hand plays a countermelody. htter@is exactly like the beginning, except botl hards play an octave higher on the keyboard. Canons are frrn to play. Ttris oni resesrbles, in an elementarf *"y, ih. type of compos6on L S. Bach ealled a "Two'part Inrtntion." This will be easier to plry if you pr*ctice eactr hand eprately al frrst, then togethsr.
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