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    1. Zuluzshura

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      The Art of the Fugue BWV Edited for Solo Keyboard by Carl Czerny (Dover Music for Piano) by Johann Sebastian Bach and Carl Czerny | Feb 4, out of 5 stars 8.
    2. Zoloran

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      Fugue, op. 12, no. 1 Contributor Names Ayres, Frederic -- (composer) Created / Published (Piano) Rights & Access. The Library of Congress is providing access to these materials for educational and research purposes and makes no warranty with regard to their use for other purposes. The written permission of the copyright owners and.
    3. Mikakus

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      Mar 27,  · Bach Preludes and Fugues + FREE MP3/Wave 4hm Continuous Piano Music - Duration: Paul Barton 92, views.
    4. Gagis

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      Delivering music since JW Pepper ® is your sheet music store for band, orchestra and choral music, piano sheet music, worship songs, songbooks and more. Download and buy printable sheet music online at JW Pepper. ®.
    5. Tetilar

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      Explore releases from the Fugue Records (2) label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for Fugue Records (2) releases.
    6. Sam

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      Piano sheet music downloads and recordings. This piece is by Johann Sebastian Bach: The Art of the Fugue. Level 8+, Period: Baroque The Art of the Fugue, by the baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach. It was written during the Baroque period and is included in Miscellaneous pieces by Bach.
    7. Zukinos

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      10 Great Fugues Not By Bach. Flamehorse This fugue is the lister’s favorite of those that YouTube has to offer, but he could find no opus number for it, and Pachelbel is sure to have written dozens of fugues over the years in C Major, as well as all the other keys. This is a light, fun one, with repeated notes in the melody.
    8. Doulkree

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      As a quintessential Baroque fugue, Bach’s D major fugue from Book 1 of the Well-Tempered Clavier will make for suitable illustration of how to analyze a fugue. The first element is the fugue subject. In a conventional (Baroque) fugue, the subject is first stated by itself: Incidentally, this subject is an example of double dotting or.

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