Miranda M. Rowland
This analysis will not be given as your typical analysis which is made to makes sense mathematically. We could attempt to do this but at times the very soul of music is sucked out and we lose the imagination and spirit behind it. I know this because I attempted to do this same; for that very reason this analysis will be given as a story. There will be a girl, creatures and fairies. The creature will appear when the sound and feel of the music is ominous. The fairies will appear when the sound and feel is playful. This story will be of a girl whose imagination has come to life and for a moment, it gets the best of her. She will walk through a stair case while being followed by creatures that need her soul in order for them to be truly alive.
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Guerra, Isela, "Analysis of Toccata and Fugue in D Minor" (2014). A with Honors Projects. 108.