Fugue in C for 3 Voices

I have a tendency to take on projects that are, shall we say, somewhat challenging.  The disadvantage of this is that, when you lack the means to bring that project to completion, it can result in discouragement and frustration.  So I reasoned that it would be good to take on some projects that are well within my scope to realize.

I was pleased with how the recorder ensemble version of the waltz turned out.  It was easy to do.  So I decided to write a 3-part fugue voiced for soprano, alto, and tenor recorder.  Here is the result, though I rendered it instead as a double-reed ensemble.

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