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The second verse features the first three notes of the theme treated contrapuntally between the four parts. The melody is treated imitatively in four parts before the pedal adds a fifth voice, stating the subject in augmentation. The cumulative effect of this pedal entrance is very much in keeping with the concept of magnifying praise to God. Both reflect the stylus phantasticus , a dramatic style of composition that features violent contrasts and improvisatory flourishes.
Both toccatas open with short, memorable motives that punctuate large pauses, and both feature the pedal in sustained lower notes and solo passages. The change from this seemingly spontaneous virtuosity to the stricter pulse required by imitative writing creates the structure of both works, although the single Bach fugue is longer than the interspersed fugal sections of the Buxtehude.