Remember the turn? The little 3 note ornament that makes up the fugue theme?
Remember the key? After the delicious melody in the major key, we’re back to c minor.
Remember the rhythm? The 3 notes: da, da, dum?
Well, this all returns in the next section I named Section F.
The sense of urgency returns in this section. It propels us into a repeat of the melody from a previous section with a hint of brass reminding us of the Intro. And you thought this was just a bridge section!
So, how to represent this in DS? Well, again, I ignored the role of the brass. I didn’t work in any indication of the change of key center. But, I did try to work in the use of 3 notes. I did try to work in the dialogue Saint-Saens set up. The best way I could think of was to use the pearl tatting in the chains. I did try to work in the Intro melody and the increase in tension. I decided to use sets of split rings.
This motif actually took the longest to complete. Maybe it was all those ends I had to hide……
Tomorrow, I look at a the final section in the development.