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Revised and simplified because Bach was in a musical flow while writing this music.
This is one of the other famous Toccata and Fugues that are on the CD that I bought as a little boy. I've heard this music many many times; 'doing' this makes this music for sibeliusmusic.com was a lot of fun but took a lot of time though.
I adore the fugue because it's the most comlex music I've ever heard; I like the toccata for it's pronounced dissonants.
More about Bach can be found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bach
Another interesting link about this toccata & fugue: www.virtuallybaroque.com/track063.htm
At 14-01-2007 I've made some correction as suggested by Toby Wheatley. Thanks Tony!
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