A second exposition

The exposition is followed by a short episode using the last notes of the subject in the original form (soprano and alto on the rectus, tenor and bass on the inversus) and inverted using diminution (bass on the rectus, soprano on the inversus):

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A second exposition using a variation of the subject follows the episode. The voices enter in the reverse order with relation to the first exposition (rectus: BTAS in the first exposition, SATB in this one) using the inverted keys previously mentioned:

Rectus           Inversus
  soprano
D minor
      soprano
D minor
 
    alto
G minor
  alto
F major
   
             
    tenor
A minor
  tenor
Bb major
   
  bass
D minor
      bass
D minor
 
Inversus           Rectus

The other voices use the motives presented in the previous episode and the countersubject. The notes of the original subject are marked over the variation:

Followed by the alto in the rectus (G minor) and the tenor in the inversus (A minor):

In measure 32 the subject is presented by the tenor in B flat major and the alto in F major (inversus):

We find short one or two measures episodes between each voice entry but the bass is preceded by a 6 measures episode:

Finally the subject is presented by the bass in the rectus version and the soprano in the inversus in measure 42:

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