WEFOUNDFantasia and Fugues - BWV 561 BWV 537 BWV 542 - For Solo Organ


Fantasias and Fugues and Toccatas and Fugues from the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian
Bach, recorded by Dr. James Kibbie on original baroque organs in
Germany.

Fantasias and Fugues and Toccatas and Fugues from the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian
Bach, recorded by Dr. James Kibbie on original baroque organs in
Germany.

The Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor , BWV 903 , is a work for harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach . Bach probably composed it during his time in Köthen from 1717 to 1723. The piece was already regarded as a unique masterpiece during his lifetime. It is now often played on piano.

An autograph of this work is not known. The musicologist Walther Siegmund-Schultze pinpoints the work to the "fermenting Köthen works" because of its improvisatory and expressive nature, using all keys. [1]

The theme of the fugue consists of an ascending half-step line from A to C, here from the third to the fifth of D minor to the relative major key of F major .

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Fantasias and Fugues and Toccatas and Fugues from the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian
Bach, recorded by Dr. James Kibbie on original baroque organs in
Germany.

The Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D minor , BWV 903 , is a work for harpsichord by Johann Sebastian Bach . Bach probably composed it during his time in Köthen from 1717 to 1723. The piece was already regarded as a unique masterpiece during his lifetime. It is now often played on piano.

An autograph of this work is not known. The musicologist Walther Siegmund-Schultze pinpoints the work to the "fermenting Köthen works" because of its improvisatory and expressive nature, using all keys. [1]

The theme of the fugue consists of an ascending half-step line from A to C, here from the third to the fifth of D minor to the relative major key of F major .


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