Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 - Johann Sebastian Bach

in sonicgroove •  2 months ago 

Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565, is probably his best known organ work to the general population (and perhaps the only piece of organ music that people associate the organ with!). There are countless renditions of this all over the internet and many arrangements for different instruments. Some say that this piece wasn't even written with Bach's hands and some also say that it was originally scored for violin. Whatever the case, it's still an iconic work that will never be forgotten in history.

I hope you enjoy my rendition on the Velesovo, Slovenia, organ of Our Lady in Adergas using the Hauptwerk VPO software.

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The middle/second part is the one I hear most often as that's the bit the person that played it on my Spotify plays XD Almost forgot the first part was the first part XD

Jeez playing organ looks like a full body experience O_O that's a lot of foot pedals ^_^;

Thanks for listening! The audio from this track will go onto my Spotify page soon.

You have a Spotify? WHERE.

I mean...using same name as here or a different one? XD

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