I have removed this sentence "as we are in E the third G is already altered to G the 4 signs are F ,C.
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line of argument in Chopin's E minor Prelude | Early Music | Oxford Academic
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Prelude and fugue in E minor
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This pattern, however, is obscured in the second part of the work, where Chopin deviates from the opening measures and launches into a stretto passage that sounds quasi-improvisatory. The answer to this question depends partly on the performer.
From a performative point of view, we are often taught to count internally in order to proportion variations in tempo. One final point of interest: as the music progresses, the overall sense of rhythm seems to become weaker and weaker. The first twelve measures, as already noted, divide nicely into symmetrical units with a clear end point; the ensuing eleven measures, though still with a steady eighth-note pulse and recognizable accent structure, loosen our sense of rhythmic orientation via stretto; and the final two measures, which are set apart by a fermata, obscure this sense altogether.
The formulaic cadential tag that closes the work then reestablishes order, both rhythmically and harmonically.