Being True and Untrue

Bach fugues are characterized by an aesthetic quality of counterpoint. In a Janusian process, a creative cognition in which sound patterns are conceived as simultaneously being  true and not true. Known as a contrapuntal music form, there is a profound synthesis of two dimensions, or voices at work at the same time, but not always of identical intensity. Textural elements of sounds moving independently; a bias of melodic interaction over harmony.

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