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While postprocessing my recording of the Bach Italian Concerto, I was struck by the wonderful symmetry of the 3 movements. The outer movements are exactly the same in length as well as amplitude, see picture. What genius !
That was pretty cool! Bach made a couple of these things. As when he signs his last fuga of the KDF with B-A-C-H and many figurations becomes 14 ((B)2 + (A)1 + (C)3 + (H)8 = 14). He was not only a genious musician but also a great mathematican.
However, wasn't there a piece that was so special because it's played backwards exactly the same as forward?
Yes but that's not by Bach. It is the last fugue from Hindemith's Ludus Tonalis.
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