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9 thoughts on “ Toccata In D Minor, BWV 913 - J.S. Bach* - Toccatas And Fugues (CD) ”

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Toccatas And Fugues on Discogs/5(2).
  2. new/sealed CD: Bach: Beruhmte Konzerte BWV , , , - $ *NEW/SEALED* Bach Motetten BWV CD DHM Deutsche Harmonia Mundi.
  3. The term toccata stems from the early Baroque. In the hands of Girolamo Frescobaldi and Johann Jacob Froberger, it signified an extended piece that consisted of several contrapuntal sections that were headed by a brilliantly figured introduction, full of virtuoso flourishes. The primary aim of the toccata in the hands of Bach’s forebears such as Schmelzer and Biber was to dazzle and astonish.
  4. Toccata in D minor BWV - An introductory toccata, two adagios, and two fugues make up the D minor. The first adagio & fugue are in my opinion the superior segments of the work. This adagio is excellently played by Hantai and Gould. Hantai is on the slow .
  5. Itis such a wonderful recording because it plays the very dramatic and popular toccata and fugue in d minor as a serious and intelligent piece on a magnificent instrument - not as some kind of madman's nightmare. Yes, there is drama and fire, but it is all there with purpose and intellect. But there is SO MUCH MORE on this disk/5(15).
  6. J. S. Bach: Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV / Passacaglia in C minor, BWV / Fugue in G minor, BWV / Concerto in A minor, BWV / Fantaisie & Fugue in G minor, BWV Johann Sebastian Bach5/5(5).
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Toccatas BWV. , , on Discogs.
  8. Toccata Alt ernative. Title Composer Bach, Johann Sebastian: Opus/Catalogue Number Op./Cat. No. BWV ; BC L I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. No. IJB Key D minor Movements/Sections Mov'ts/Sec's [No tempo] - bars Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. ? First Pub lication. Composer Time Period Comp. Period: Baroque: Piece Style.
  9. This recital includes that perennial warhorse, the ubiquitous Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (BWV ), in a performance as stirring as any I've heard (and anyone who's an organ buff has heard a great many!) Michael Murray is one of the pre-eminent organists of our day and a superb interpreter of Bach/5(17).

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