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J.S. Bach: Fantasia in C minor, BWV 562

Bach's Fantasia in C minor was originally composed for organ sometime between 1708 and 1717 - during his time as organist (and later Konzertmeister) at the ducal court at Weimar. In 1746, towards the end of his life, Bach started to compose a fugue to follow this Fantasia, but the new addition was left incomplete after only 27 measures. This solemn and imposing work lends itself beautifully to the sound of the string orchestra.





     5-Part (2vln, va, vc, db)
     Total Timing - ???
     Key: C minor
     Alternate Key Available: NO
     Score and Full Set of Parts [6,6, 4, 4, 2] - $45; Extra Parts - $1 each
     Catalog # 55108
     Violin V part available: yes
     Cello V part available: yes

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