J.S. Bach ~ Prelude & Fugue XII in f minor, Book I

Such a rich panoply of perspective, of foreground/background voices and characters in this f minor Prelude. My favorite moment is The Birth of Robert Schumann @1.07.

And I’ve adopted an open-source of decision as to which hand, or between what combinations of left and right hand result in the most successful statement of the opening Fugue theme.

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