The Toccata and Fugue in G minor is one of the most famous organ works of Bach. Even people mostly musically uninterested in music can refer to this composition and it has been used in several films, documentaries and TV-shows.
The Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue was composed in 1725 when Bach was Kapellmeister in Cöthen (along with the Brandenburg Concerti and the first book of the WTC).
|Gavotte in G minor||1:48||Rebecq, H.|
|BWV 542||Fantasy & Fugue in G minor||6:00||Hawley, M.|
|BWV 565||Toccata & Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (Organ)||9:18||Vlahek, B.|
|BWV 903||Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor||10:18||Hawley, M.|
|BWV 903||Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue in D minor||13:36
|BWV 992||Capriccio on the Departing of his Most Beloved Brother||2:26||Morin-Paul, N.|
Aria Variata, BVW 989
|1||BWV 989||Variation No.1||7:06||Kinsella, B.|
|2||BWV 989||Variation No.2||3:50||Kinsella, B.|
|3||BWV 989||Variation No.3||2:20||Kinsella, B.|
Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D Major, BWV 1068
|2||Air (Transcription: Andreas Pfaul)