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Posibly my favourite Bach composition. The Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, is a piece of organ music composed by Johann Sebastian Bach sometime between 1703 and 1707. It is one of the most famous works in the organ repertoire, and has been used in a variety of popular media ranging from film, to video games, to rock music, and ringtones. As indicated by the accepted title of the piece, the Toccata and Fugue is scored in D minor. It is not in dorian mode as the key signature supposes, as it was common practice in the Baroque period to write in leading tone accidentals rather than in the key signature. It begins with a single-voice flourish in the upper ranges of the keyboard, doubled at the octave. It then spirals toward the bottom, where a diminished seventh chord appears, built one note at a time. This resolves into a D major chord, taken from the parallel major mode. The subject of the four-voice fugue is made up entirely of sixteenth notes, with an implied pedal point set against a brief melodic subject that first falls, then rises. The second entry starts in the sub-dominant key rather than the dominant key. Although unusual for a Bach fugue, this is a real answer and is appropriate following a subject that progresses from V to I and then to V below I by a leap. A straightforward dominant answer would sound atonal and odd in a Baroque piece. After the final entry of the fugal melody, the composition resolves to the key's corresponding major, B-flat, that is held. From there, a coda is played as a cadenza much like the Toccata itself, resolving to a series of chords followed by arpeggios that progress to other paired chords, each a little lower than the one preceding, leading to the signature finale that is as recognizable as the Toccata's introduction. -Wikipedia
6 Jul 2011
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If you don't get it right, your guests are dead. Blowfish (Fugu) cutting requires 7 years of intense training. Here is a bit more on the evening when we had that Fugu at a University of the Entrepreneurs' Organization in Tokyo: http://www.reneseifert.com/2007/04/thank_you_eo_tokyo.html
6 Jul 2011
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Esta breve canción es un pequeño capricho barroco que proyecta toda su belleza en manos de los excepcionales guitarristas Jean-Félix Lalanne, Michel Haumont et Manu Galvin. Es una de las joyas contenidas en la grabación del concierto 'Plutôt guitare', en el que las guitarras redimensionan y potencian las bellas melodías y las letras originales de Maxime Le Forestier. (Estribillo) C'était toujours la même Mais on l'aimait quand même La fugue d'autrefois Qu'on jouait tous les trois On était malhabiles Elle était difficile La fugue d'autrefois Qu'on jouait tous les trois Eléonore attaquait le thème au piano On trouvait ça tellement beau Qu'on en arrêtait de jouer pour l'écouter Elle s'arrêtait brusquement et nous regardait Du haut de son tabouret Et disait : "Reprenez : mi fa mi fa mi ré" (Estribillo) Souviens-toi qu'un violon fut jeté sur le sol Car c'était toujours le sol Qui gênait Nicolas quand il était bémol Quand les voisins commençaient à manifester C'était l'heure du goûter Adieu Jean-Sébastien et à jeudi prochain {Estribillo} Eléonore un jour a quitté la maison Emportant le diapason Depuis ce jour nous n'accordons plus nos violons L'un après l'autre nous nous sommes dispersés La fugue seule est restée Et chaque fois que je l'entends c'est le printemps {Estribillo y fin}
16 Jul 2011
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Julian Bream - J.S Bach-Violin Sonata fugue BWV 1001
27 Jul 2011
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Prelude and Fugue No. 1 in C major, BWV 846, from the Well-tempered Clavier by Johann Sebastian Bach. Played by Friedrich Gulda; recorded 1972, MPS-Tonstudio, Villingen, Germany.
17 Aug 2011
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Ludwig van Beethoven's Große Fuge (Great Fugue), opus 133, accompanied by an animated score. FAQ Q: Where can I get free sheet music for this piece? A: You can download score and parts from IMSLP: http://tinyurl.com/op133dover Q: Where can I learn more about this piece? A: The Wikipedia article is pretty good http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grosse_fuge and this New Yorker article about a recently discovered manuscript is interesting http://tinyurl.com/newyorkergrossefuge Q: Who is performing? A: I don't know. I licensed this recording from Royalty-Free Classical Music (dot com) through Shockwave (dot com), and they don't say who their performers are. Q: I'm having trouble following the rhythm. A: I'm not surprised; it's highly syncopated. I've done a couple of versions with barlines in them. First, here's a bar-graph-only version with barlines: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T7q8t6K5ygw Next, here's a version with both balls and barlines: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uHxukzT31do If you don't like the balls, here's a bar-graph-only without barlines: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PnjvJDi8BPg And, here's the original (bar-graph with balls, but no barlines): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6s0Mp7LFI-k Q: Is there a way I could make the bar-graph scores myself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate this display; you can get the (Windows) software here: http://www.musanim.com/player/ There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: http://www.classicalarchives.com/ Q: Could you please do a MAM video of _________? A: Please read this: http://www.musanim.com/all/MAMRequests.html .
2 Sep 2011
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Peformed by Stuart Jones, His own version of Toccata and Fugue. Checkout www.stuartjonesmusic.co.uk and www.sniper-music.co.uk
4 Nov 2011
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Vanessa-Mae plays Toccata & Fugue by J.S. Bach. This was recorded in 1997 at Birmingham (England).
17 Nov 2011
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This is me playing Toccata et Fugue in D Minor by Bach. It's also from the 1962 film of "The Phantom of the Opera". It was difficult to keep time and move up and down the bench at the same time so I took shots of myself and recorded the tune later. Enjoy! That Sharnie Warnie Show: http://www.youtube.com/einrahseinraw Follow me on Twitter: http://twitter.com/sharniewarnie Daily updates on my blog at http://sharniewarnie.blogspot.com/
14 Dec 2011
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My friend Vincenzo Culotta plays my "Lady Gaga Fugue", a piece based on the theme from the song "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga. This should show how counterpoint can be fun and up to date ;) The main idea was to write a "neo-baroque" fugue that would sound both baroque and modern. To give a "modern feeling" I used a special treatment of fourths, fifths, suspensions and rythm. Sheet music for piano duet, string orchestra, string quartet and young concert band available here: http://www.halleonard.com/search/search.do?subsiteid=1&keywords=lady+gaga+fugue
18 Feb 2012
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FAQ J. S. Bach's Contrapunctus 9 from the Art of Fugue (Kunst der Fuge), with conventional score, bar-graph score, and video of hands playing it. Q: Where can I get the sheet music for this piece? A: The score in the video can be downloaded from here: http://www.musanim.com/pdf/kdf9.pdf Q: What instrument is that? A: It's actually two instruments: a piano (the one in my living room) and a sampled pipe organ (an Alborn-Galanti Silbermann Archiv). The piano has MIDI Out (from a Moog PianoBar) which was recorded and played back to play the organ. Q: How did you make this video? A: First I videotaped myself playing it, and recorded both the audio (from my Kimball grand piano) and MIDI (from a Moog PianoBar attached to the piano). Then, I rerecorded the audio and MIDI for each of the four voices separately; I did this so that I could color-code the video based on voice and to get a performance that was a little cleaner (it also afforded me the opportunity to add a 16-foot stop to the bass line in a few places). The conventional score is from screenshots from the notation program Sibelius, and the bar-graph score was generated from the MIDI using my own custom software. All these things were assembled in Adobe Premiere and converted to Flash with the On2 Flix converter. Q: I'm having trouble reading the score. A: It's a little better if you watch it in high-quality mode: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xY_GMnQvj6E&fmt=18 Q: Is there a way I could make the bar-graph scores myself? A: The Music Animation Machine MIDI file player will generate this display; you can get the (Windows) software here: http://www.musanim.com/player/ There are lots of places on the web where you can get MIDI files; I usually go to the Classical Archives site first: http://www.classicalarchives.com/ Q: Could you please do a MAM video of _________? A: First, check my "to do" list: http://www.musanim.com/all/MAMToDoList.html ... If the piece isn't listed, read the "Could you please do a MAM video of _________?" item on my main FAQ: http://www.musanim.com/mam/mamfaq.html#copyright ... and if you think I'd consider doing it, email me (stephen at musanim dot com). .
25 Feb 2012
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Hans Andre Stamm plays J.S.Bach fugue in G minor on the Trost organ in Waltershausen, Germany.( pls check out the new version with added 3 secs at the end: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axwAYFqmO0A)
27 Feb 2012
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Two women play Bach´s Toccata & Fugue on a giant foot piano inside a toy store. Thanks for watching. Duas mulheres tocam Toccata e Fuga de Bach num piano gigante dentro de uma loja de brinquedos. Obrigado por assistir.
1 Mar 2012
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Glenn Gould Plays Bach's prelude and fugue in E major
5 Mar 2012
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Fugue from Prelude and Fugue BWV 548 in e minor. Shows off the bass registers of the instrument well. Ask yourself who on earth allowed the makers to shove a mirror over the Oberwerk.
15 May 2012
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Bach's most famous organ piece, with a bar-graph score. FAQ Q: Why does the screen keep moving after I watch this video? A: See this http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motion_aftereffect Q: Where can I get free sheet music for this piece? A: Sheet music for this can be found here: http://tinyurl.com/243oyo Q: Who wrote Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor? Q: Isn't that like asking who's buried in Grant's Tomb? A: Heh-heh. A theory has recently (1981) been put forth that J. S. Bach did not write this piece. A brief summary of the supporting evidence for this theory can be read here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor#Attribution Q: Where can I get the mp3 of this? A: You can download it here: http://www.musanim.com/mp3/BachToccataAndFugueInDMinorMalinowski.mp3 Q: What does the piece look like as a whole? A: There are versions you can print out here http://www.musanim.com/printouts The 'scroll' version is for cutting out and taping together to form a long strip. Q: Where can I get the MIDI file that this was made from? A: I'm not sure it's exactly the same, but the closest I could find was this: http://www.musanim.com/mid/ToccataAndFugueInDMinor.mid Q: How did you make this video? A: You can read about it here: http://www.musanim.com/ProductionNotes/ToccataAndFugueInDMinor.html Q: How can I make videos like this (or at least see MIDI files this way)? A: Check out this: http://www.musanim.com/player/ Q: What is the BWV number for this? A: BWV 565 Q: Where does the toccata end and the fugue begin? A: The fugue starts at 2:51 and the toccata returns at 7:12, but between these two points, parts which are strictly fugal alternate with episodes that are more toccata-like, so it's not 100% clear-cut (like in some other toccata/fugue pairs he wrote). Q: What do the colors mean? A: Each "stop" on the organ was played on a separate MIDI channel, and each MIDI channel was assigned a color. Q: What is a fugue? A: Here is a good introduction: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fugue Q: Can I get a DVD with this video (or others like it)? A: Yes: http://www.musanim.com/mam/video.html Q: Could you do a MAM video of _________? A: Please read this: http://www.musanim.com/all/MAMRequests.html Q: Where can I read more about this piece? A: Here are a couple of places: http://www.musanim.com/pdf/ViewersGuideMAM1996.pdf http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toccata_and_Fugue_in_D_minor%2c_BWV_565 Q: Why does this piece of music remind me of horror movies? A: Because it was used in the 1962 version of The Phantom of the Opera. Before that, it did not have that connotation. When Walt Disney and Leopold Stokowski used it in the 1940 film Fantasia, they considered it to be a purely abstract piece --- "absolute music" --- which brought to mind expressionistic forms and lines. .
22 May 2012
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