Contour and Flux: Prelude No. 16
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We have seen how an analysis (such as Schachter’s analysis of the D-major prelude) may identify individual characteristics (such as the single long slur) that work as a point of departure for a deeper understanding of that work. Chopin’s Prelude in B♭ minor begins in an unusual fashion with crotchet triplets – a texture that does not return in that piece.