J.S. Bach ~ Prelude & Fugue VI in d minor, II

I know, the footage of the Prelude looks over-cranked, Tarantino-style. Swear to God, that’s just how my hands move.

The Fugue is a Beethovenian universe, its subject and counter-subject inhabiting and cavorting variously within the orbits of 8th, 16th and triplet 16th figuration. A singular solar system.




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