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Fantasia type ImP
Length (compases) 107
Difficulty not specified
Tempo not specified
Polythematic imitative fantasia. It is untitled in the source. In the Leipzig copy at the beginning of this fantasía a 16th century owner has written “Esta fantasia es segunda parte de la precediente [sic]” It appears to be based on a pavana such as the second of Milán’s pavanas (mi024)
Typical charming episodic fantasia displaying a variety of compositional techniques.
I (1-13) Theme 1 = common stockpile theme (first of same in Ramillete) = minor version of theme given by Ward JLSA X (1977) 33, 34. Stated as top voice of homophonic passage followed by Coda of equal length.
II (14-33) Theme 2 – imitative shorter notes, distinctive, used elsewhere by Milán (variant?). Theme 3 introduced in 26 – top voice of sequential network, serves as cadence.
III (33-45) Theme 4 imitative >> 39, 39-45 K – similar to theme 3 type.
IV (45-63), begins with a false statement of theme 4, then introduces theme 5 which is given twice as the top voice of a network. 55-63 = long free coda, basically homophonic.
V (63-83) Theme 6 imitative >> cadence at 75. Theme 6 (cf. 2) introduced as an appendage (= K?), in a network.
VI (84-107) Theme 8 pseudo-imitative, always top voice of a network. One set of statements to 91 >> homophonic K to 95, the second statements = repeat, with homophonic K. Theme 8 = extension of theme 4.
The looseness of IV & V with long free Coda sections makes the work a little wayward, although the final section pulls it back together again.
Themes 2, 4, 6, & (8) are imitative, alternate themes are upper-voice melodies (Theme 8 is pseudo-in) = constructional pattern.