Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor, organ

Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor, organ

Bach’s most famous organ piece, with a bar-graph score. FAQ Q: Where can I get free sheet music for this piece? A: Sheet music for this can be found here: ht…
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19 Responses to Bach, Toccata and Fugue in D minor, organ

  1. virgorouge says:

    Hello, I am Marissa an independent artist. I have all original material and only one cover piece.I try to put out quality music. This is why I have a following. People take free music and artists for granted, don’t donate to them, and expect that they work full time to put out free music for an ungrateful public. It took 80 thousand US dollars to invest in everything that I do and my musical education. I am not rich. I took loans. Please try to be more kind and gentle on all artists.

  2. monkeyman123321 says:

    Bach also said that he didn’t like this peice that much, because it was juvenile which came from his age when he wrote it.

  3. 0ffp1st3 says:

    actually, in Bach’s time there was no piano at all. he composed for organ and harpsichord…

  4. 0ffp1st3 says:

    read wikipedia… he was virtuoso at organ

  5. Sven Brundic says:

    He was actually a composer for organ and piano soo… None of you are right. He did play organ and piano but he was a composer.

  6. WAViiClif says:


  7. Asce Blayze says:

    That damn orochimaru….

  8. Norman Preshia says:

    I just realized some anime theme songs come from this song. I can have thought of one from Bleach and one from Naruto.

  9. forita100 says:


  10. MrJoosebawks says:

    I love that you do this. By being able to see the notes I can hear notes I’ve never heard before.

  11. ExMyHeartOut says:

    So awesome. My favorite song for Halloween!(:

  12. soo meng chuan says:

    genius even pewds can’t compare

  13. Gaarera Kurusaki says:

    pure genius !!!

  14. XxNORaGexX says:

    Tu restes m’on préféré, y’ encore des gens qui pense a toi! Je t’applaudis

  15. whohasdonut4me says:

    The piano wasn’t even invented back then.

  16. circusitch says:

    This song is great when played on a jew harp too.

  17. smalin says:

    No, the piano was only just being invented during his life. He only saw a piano twice in his life, when a piano maker brought over an instrument to get Bach’s opinion of it. The first one he didn’t like; the second one (years later) he thought was better.

  18. 2000jet2000 says:

    He was a organist and a pianist. He was a virtuoso at both of them.

  19. alspageddi says:

    That’s because your cat is a pussy.

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