The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080 (Bach)

Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)


The Art of the Fugue, BWV 1080

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Friederike Bretschneider - harpsichord II. 1953.
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Deutsche Grammophon. 2008.
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Version for 2 pianos. Mikhail Arkadyev & Altana Erdynieva - pianos. 22.10.2023, Moscow.
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2006, Dobbiaco, Italy
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1969
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The last fugue is performed with the ending by Rudolf Barshay.
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1993
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Contrapunctus 1-13 + Fuge a 3 soggetti // Garrels-organ, Grote kerk, Maassluis, Netherlands // rec. in 1995
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Fretwork ensemble: Richard Campbell, Richard Boothby, Wendy Gillespie, William Hunt, Julia Hodgson, Susanna Pell / 2001, Suffolk, UK
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Performers - four quartets: Leipzig Baroque Soloists
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1998, Haarlem, Netherlands
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Recorded: October 30 - November 2, 2013, Prieuré Saint-Denis, Salle capitulaire, Nogent-le-Rotrou.
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Comtrapuncti I-V, IX-X, VI-VIII, XI-XIV
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Arranged for piano duo. Recorded in 1994.
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Recording: Maria Minor, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 8-9 & 11.XI.1999.
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Piano duo Josef and Grete Dichler / (arr. Bruno Seidlhofer) / Rec. 1954
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Contrapunctus 1-11. CD 1994
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Recorded: January/February 2003, New York.
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CD released in 2003
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Recorded in March 1996.
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January 1989, Sartres, France.
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Digitization of `Melody`, recording 1987
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The organ at All Saint`s Anglican Church, .
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2013, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin
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1998, The Art of Fugue (including fugues for two claviers) + old versions of fugues 1,3,2,6 and canon enlarged with inversion
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1999, Sant-Cyprien en Perigord (France), l`orgue Gerhard Grenzing (1982)
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1994. Recording for three organs (positives) in Mozarteum de Salzbourg. `Wolfgang von Karajan Ensemble`: Hans Andreae, Hedy Von Karajan, Wolfgang von Karajan.
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ECM 1998 Keller Quartett
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Recorded in the Françoys-Bernier concert hall at the Domaine Forget in Saint-Irénée, Québec (Canada) in November 2000.
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June 15-20, 1969, Germany.
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2009
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AURELIA SAXOPHONE QUARTET: Johan van der Linden (soprano saxophone); Niels Bijl (alto saxophone); Arno Bornkamp (tenor saxophone); Willem van Merwijk (baritone saxophone). Recorded at the studio of Deutschlandfunk, Cologne, Germany, April 26-29, 2005. ARRANGED BY WILLEM VAN MERWIJK.
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Stuttgart Chamber Orchestra, 1965
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1993. Except: Canon per Augmentationem in Contrario Motu, Fugue`s for two Claviers
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Recording: Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., May 25-27, 1987
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Recorded: July 1974, London.
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Recorded at the Church of St. Mary Magdelene, Toronto (Ontario), Canada, 1987.
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January 1985, Paris.
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1968
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2015, London, church Saint Jude-on-the-Hill
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Orchestration de Marcel Bitsch et Claude Pascal. Recorded: June 16-19, 1966, Germany.
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1992, Flentrop Organ, Duke University Chapel, USA
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Berom?nster Radio Orchestra
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A DIFFERENT RECORDING OF THIS OPUS AND HIS BEST ONE. Members of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra & Vienna Radio Orchestra. Recorded in June 1965.
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Leningrad, 1978-1981
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Fine Art Quartet: viola Irving Ilmer, cello George Sopkin. New York Woodwind Quintet: oboe Ronald Roseman, french horn Ralph Froelich, bassoon Art Weisberg. 1962.
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1977.
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Maddalena Vartolo - harpsichord ( 18 - I & II). Recorded at the Scuola Diocesana di Musica S. Cecilia, Verona, Italy, from 24th to 28th April, 2008.
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Große (Frans-Caspar-Schnitger-) Orgel der St. Laurenskerk, Alkmaar. 1956.
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Recorded at Mendelssohn-Saal, Gewandhaus zu Leipzig (Germany), February 2014.
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