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(Pad nulik: '''Fuge''' (Italian: ''pöjutön, yagön''), u fom vönik, '''ricercar''' (Italian: ''vestigön'') binon pated taikpün(?''counterpoint''), a form of composition of musig,...)
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'''[[Fuge]]''' (Italian: ''pöjutön, yagön''), u fom vönik, '''ricercar''' (Italian: ''vestigön'') binon pated [[taikpün]](?''[[counterpoint]]''), a form of composition offom [[musig]], in whichkel severalliens linesmelodik melodic(u (''voicesvög'') imitatesümädön ande intertwine each otherzütülön in displacedtim timedifik, yetnog forming a unity balät harmonicbaitonik, evenigo growing into a structure complex. Compared to the canon, its less rigid form allows composers flexibility to express and the themes freedom to develop. The fuge reached its maturitybridön in the hands of Johann Sebastian Bach, in his 48 and in his work final ''Die Kunst der Fuge'', and since then has been integrated into the heart of many a composition musical, an example being the climatic second choral section in the fourth movement in the nineth symphony ofbinod Beethovenkomplitik.
In ''[[Die Kunst der Fuge]]'' we can see the development of a variety of fugea, such as simple fuge, mirror fuge, and an unfinished quadruple fuge.