Fugue "Angry birds" in the Baroque style (J.S Bach)

Uploaded on Sep 30, 2011

Fuga a moll con thema Angry birds - I wrote the song as a joke and I did not expect such interest.

piano Organ keyboard fuga baroque Bach fugue

Pages 3
Duration 1:28
Measures 70
Key signature natural
Parts 1
Part names Piano
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a friend showed your fugue to me... took me 7 minutes of listening to finally figure out that's the angry birds theme

For having studied and played Bach for years, I can tell you know him very well: beside the very last pedal I can tell that you could have totally fooled me (telling me it was FROM Bach ;-)
Keep the good work coming
Thanks for this moment of joy

Brilliant! Other than Marc Sabatella's 'Reunion', this is the most viewed original composition on Musescore of all time! Really shows skill, creativity and great knowledge of Bach's compositional style. I wish I could favourite it twice. :) Great stuff

Ms 37 cant be right in the series of sequences of 1 to iv so from F major one would go to Bb- not b minor is truly a standout moment . I need to check original score where is bwv number ? Oh ,I read the comments .It isn't j.s. at all. Good copy of the baroque style. Now , I must write a fugue for archlute or theorbo piece (theorbo has deeper bass and stronger in low range than the usual tenor lute. ) !

This is really cool! You sure have knowledge about baroque composers writing fugues, but anyways, I'm impressed, or should I even admit that I'm a little jealous? :P

Congratulations! This year I will explain the Baroque style with your Fuga.
Thanks for sharing.

(Manu - Spain)

Amazing!!!! Love it!!! One of my students wanted to play the angry birds theme and this is perfect! Classical yet fun at the same time! Student and teacher both very happy:)

I did not know that my work will have so many thousands of plays.
For me, it's a shock ...
I wrote this for fun and to see if you can be curious about the show in the Baroque style.
I added you more similar composition but do not have access to that account.

I greet you from Warsaw in Poland
Piotr Tomasz Harasimiuk

What a treat! At first I thought the theme a little bland ... then checked the origin of the "Angry Birds" ... and realized what a wizard you are! An ordinary simple melody is brilliantly transformed into a richly interwoven fugue ... and you've kept the rules of the fugue intact.
What makes this treat doubly enjoyable is that it's relatively ( for a fugue) easy to play ... and the rewards are enormous. I absolutely love it. ( and my area of interest is Baroque ... Bach and the little-known Zipoli) I downloaded it and there goes my afternoon. If I can peel myself away from the piano, maybe I can have lunch .... and consider a YouTube performance .... with links to you of course.

Thanks SO much for this lovely piece.

Piotr, you are very talented! Anyone (like me) who hadn't heard the Angry Birds theme before hearing your arrangement WOULD think your piece was written by J S Bach — very impressive! In fact, I had to find a YouTube clip to hear the original after listening to this, and I'm now even more impressed. I'm sure piano teachers who are trying to enthuse their bored young pupils will use this to give the children a challenging piece the kids will WANT to play properly!


Just great! To say the least. Are you the original composer? Could we set up a joint-musicians-venture for some other shared compositions?

Wow!!! This is wonderful. I can never figure out how people write fugues!!!
Thanks for posting this!!!