Toccata et Fuga

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dweinsteinrjik's picture

Wow this was the first song ever to be posted on Musescore!

snipeU's picture

what is the part
wat is the part name

SMURF VII's picture

Toccata et fuga(in D minor)

anson.lee.161446's picture

this the oldest song of the musescore Well done!

composer's picture

Nice arrangement!

MisterClassical's picture

For some reason it seems too fast to me. I like classicman's version better. But I still really like werner's version too :)

steelviper4's picture

Nice! This has an insane amount of views!!!

FrodoPiano's picture

that's because it was the first ever song to be posted.

hms_victory's picture

Cool! I like the sound, and the tune. What instrument is this?

NHardwick's picture

An organ of some sort. Probably a church organ, but it may be a pipe organ.

musikmann's picture

It's not an organ. It's supposed to be, though.
It sounds more like an acoustic piano.

NewFranzLiszt's picture

Seriously, this is the most overrated of Bach's pieces.... but it's fun nonetheless.

steelviper4's picture

I couldn't agree more!

MusicLover421's picture

Great arrangement! I love this song!

cute's picture

Neat! This is a cool song ;)

The Keyboard Playing Penguin's picture

This is probably one of my favorite compostions of all time! Thanks for posting this!

Sepehr Keyhani's picture

I Love toccata its perfect

794613825's picture

WOW! I've never heard this song in full. This is AMAZING!

Ëmänyo Termöpolyán I's picture

The computer plays this way too fast. And misses the mordent in the first bit. Everyone knows that it's BA-DA-DA! BA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA! BA-DA-DA! etc, not BA! BA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA-DA! etc.

ArCaRa Black's picture

True it was disappointing, however, still fantastic

rubiksdude555's picture

everyone...more like no one! give him/her credit it was perfect!

Sonshine08's picture

You are most certainly in the wrong, Mr. Rubiksdude. Do you see the little squiggle above the eighth notes (1st and 3rd beats) in the 1st measure? Mordents. They indicate for one to play the written note, a half step below it, and then the written note again. Like a trill, only you alternate once and hold the note instead.

Sean Beadles's picture

I'm weird-ed out that I can play the whole toccata perfectly without any training at piano...

Piano-Girl's picture

I was thinking about doing this peice to!

TheClarinetBoss's picture

One of my incredibly musically talented friends played this on the organ for a concert. It sounded EPIC!

phantom's picture

awesome :)

musikmann's picture

Correct: awesome

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Uploaded Aug 3, 2010
Pages 19
Duration 6:06
Measures 144
Key signature 1 flat
Parts 1
Part names
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