It could have been as early as c. 1704.Alternatively, a date as late as the 1750s has been suggested. Students are asked to examine how this famous piece by J.S Bach fits into the Baroque period in general. endobj Thin 5. 473 0 obj Students may notate these elements in simple “for” and “against” columns which facilitate brevity, clarity and an overall understanding of the constraints of Baroque music and Bach’s influence upon it. x��X�n9��W�ѹ(��z��� >��Ɖa�����P%��Ī���vD-\� ���R����^�П�[P��}Y�=��/����.��¹]����EԼ�e��x��~Н6e�x�����,����Q�oW��S>�f��_�*߬�|�I%?u�S��U�Ԭ�t�^�y�}����ȒrI7�{~&�Ь��c����B�������K � �X�p|��t���w�Q�c�c���/r��7���܏*�^_�93=��Ћ"�|+*�Z2]���au����q��m��{�5��J�������"�g���W����%�ӡ?�ź �na���"c�`%/�{}��p��͎����;�����6G��[ �c��5t�K�D������f�]�ꮪn�۫�n�C/#7�j��jf��Ѿ��i�믢�� ����a�E�?�а�!=���#C��lZ;l�����f; ';.�TΑ�U���Z`�'�G�^��DV����םk׉��^E����d�i%�����W��}>~X�4Q5WY��1[R�km^��l_�0�s���O �=�6�Y�t��D�Xq�B�m�C_������91n_u��� *3�t��,���(o�O��6�l�foG"��E�Pi�-�>��p�&��{Y��/ʛ�P��Ĉ��k�B�cdmP©�L�(^:����-�THtl�`��ק�U:1�Ѥt2_f�����[��W@�CM���PO�P-����h��I�|�?8X!�`��]�`?�|;���� � ��`�q���5�� ILE���c�q�Q�d4�yk�k��㔀 �s���He�9'�'��=Aq[�P&of�"��?��JA^��i w�R�-gN`���G�,s�a�Jdm(�4!��Skúj��/���W�P2;K��vQ�g�ص樦p��Jb=���j ��"K�9X�� Encouragement is given for students to perform their selected phrase as close as possible to the original tempo. 0000021380 00000 n Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. 493 0 obj Moreover, the Fugue’s passage is a copy of a phrase in one of Johann Pachelbel’s D minor fantasias; ordinarily, the formation of fugues on other composers’ themes was conventional. 0000016953 00000 n <>/Border[0 0 0]/Rect[124.576 108.3415 186.216 116.3495]/Subtype/Link/Type/Annot>> V��D�S���Qf)� ��&Ϧ���Ɏ�[�� �7�y?E5R˓��V�nO�{��9�A=G͒,�_�8i� �eV�Ё:e�k#�#k����8�Xz����]�`V��ɖ!N��5�-�0��GXJQIr2�f�Lj㇮�̇��ѳP�L��&E����/;*��d+2��di�M�x������ �3h startxref The only near-contemporary source is an undated copy by Johannes Ringk, a pupil of Johann Peter Kellner. ( Log Out /  ( Log Out /  The performance affected Franz Liszt so much that he decided to add the piece into his organ repertoire in the 19th, When Bach was in Arnstadt when he was younger, the organ ordinarily lacked a 16-foot register on the keyboard; consequently, it sounds an octave lower than the normal 8-foot register. One of the greatest composers had left his mark on this audience. Atypical elements include the extended use of recitative melody and expressive/articulation devices such as the fermata and the staccato dot. 478 0 obj <<02ED26C34EA5B2110A000064136EFC7F>]/Prev 1505647>> 474 0 obj Beim Bach stokowski toccata and fugue in d minor Test sollte der Gewinner in den wichtigen Faktoren gewinnen. Students should discuss the use of unaccompanied melody, octave doublings, chord voicing, chord building, staggered note entry and organ harmonics. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Accordingly, in order to create the effect, Bach used octave doubling; consequently, he continued the resounding effect of the opening bars; conversely, there is no octave doubling in any of Bach’s later organ works; moreover, the fugue sounds furious with its uninterrupted series of fast notes. Artist: Johann Sebastian Bach Album: Toccata and Fugue Song: Toccata and Fugue in D minor Element of Focus: Texture 1. Change ), Piano Sonata No.11 in A – Rondo Alla Turca, Top Five Deployments of the B-A-C-H Motif. endobj Also, Bach felt embarrassed about his crude style, and he put the work aside; consequently, Bach lost a lot of his other early organ work completely. 0000000016 00000 n 0000021205 00000 n endobj While I don’t disagree with Rohan Joshi’s excellent answer, according to the best evidence out there, the Toccata and Fugue was most likely NOT composed by Bach. 0000001323 00000 n J.S. %PDF-1.7 %���� The ensemble was formed during the 1970’s in Toronto, Canada by Tubist Charles Daellenbach and trombonist Gene Watts. J. S. Bach: Toccata and Fugue in D Minor by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution License. Toccata And Fugue in D Minor COMPOSER: Johann Sebastian Bach MUSIC TYPE: Baroque COURSE: Elective EXCERPT: 0 seconds to 1 minute 14 seconds CONCEPTS/COMPOSITIONAL PROCESSES: Pitch, Texture, Dynamics and Expressive Techniques TEACHING ACTIVITY/TASK: CREATIVITY/COMPOSITION: Students are asked to write a simple eight bar melody in the key of D natural minor (Aeolian mode). ( Log Out /  Conversely, the Tocca and the Fugue has an unstructured form, and that means that keyboard players can let their imagination run wild; as a result, Johann Gottfried Walther described the Toccata as a long piece in which both hands alternate, sometimes accompanied by long pedal notes. 0000003505 00000 n ( Log Out /  We could attempt to do this but at times the very soul of music is sucked out and we lose the imagination and spirit behind it. 0000000716 00000 n Moreover, it’s remarkable that Bach paired the toccata with the prelude and the fugue because it’s subject to strict compositional rules; nevertheless, the fugue derives its thematic material from the preceding part.