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Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Best Version Ever)



I don't know who performed this, but it's by far the best recording I've ever heard!! Enjoy!!

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Comments:

Author Brian Simerl (27 days)
Mr. Bach is not amused! *I wonder what inspired him to write such a dark
construction?*

Author Arte Boy (21 day)
This is performance of Rolf Uusvaly,record 1972 in Riga. I grow up on this
old soviet LP:)

Author SerialK86 (16 days)
2:42 this is the part where he drops the bass.

Author brat tack (2 months)
is this the full version?

Author David Fisher (19 days)
I personally find it rather brash and showy; all technique and no feeling. 

Author GammaWolf99 (2 months)
Why can I imagine this playing as BGM for a boss character, completely
unchanged?

Author Roger Peartree (1 month)
I'm so sorry but it's too rushed. A little bit too fast. But it's a good
version if you are going to feature it on the radio. Since it's too fast it
should please those executives... Bummer! :(

Author ironhorzmn (18 days)
E. Power Biggs?

Author No Name (1 month)
i didnt know this is a classic
olways thught this is for vampire or creepy people in movies

Author Olga Novakauskiene (7 days)
*Toccata and fugue in D Minor* (Bach)
Bravo Thank you

Author Pablo Portoles (3 months)
Cette chanson était aussi le générique de il était une fois la vie, ce
dessin animé si bizarre...

Author ant war (1 month)
I think Karl Richter is the organist.

Author Irken CiK (2 months)
SCIENCE!
*Lightning strikes.*

Author RandomGamerP3 (2 months)
Am I the only one who, while watching this video, was wearing a black
V-neck cloak, skin was pale white, had my hair dyed black, and my most
sharp teeth were bleeding? Reference to a movie? Know what the movie is?
Huh?

Author Tim Counts (6 days)
While I see other comments we had an album years ago that was E. Power
Briggs, a famous American Organist, the album we had was several works
played on famous Organs around Europe and I would swear that this is his
work. If you do a search on youtube and listen to this work by Mr Briggs
the inflection, fingering and mood sound very much the same, the organs
certainly are not the same.

Author LimezANDLemonzSix (3 months)
Johann Sebastian bach. What a master musician

Author maheen hassan (12 hours)
Johann Sebastian Bach... lol I love him

Author SeadogDriftwood (7 hours)
Yes, the Toccata is taken at a brisk pace. But keep in mind that Bach might
well have used this piece, as well as others like it, to test an organ's
capabilities; I'd imagine that being able to maintain the right degree of
clarity between notes in fast passages would be something worth testing.
Furthermore, I'd like to draw a parallel to the ancient Japanese musical
style of Gagaku. The music has been preserved with minimal changes for over
a millennium. However, like any art form, some changes have gradually
worked their way in; specifically, a number of the works were likely
originally far faster than they're played today, particularly some of the
drinking songs of the tōgaku repertory (E.g. "The Vinous Sogdian"). Now,
I'm not belittling or criticising gagaku or its performers; however, one
may learn thereby how slowing a piece overmuch, be it out of respect or any
other reason, can warp it into something very, very different.

I for one think the performer has an excellent and timely use of rubato.

Author pix046 (1 day)
This is good but the definitive is likely by Richter and is available on
YouTube.

Author John Jackson (2 days)
The angels play Bach for God, but save Mozart for themselves...

Author Agamemnon (2 days)
I feel the organist skipped through some pauses at the beginning, which
reduced the drama and made it feel somewhat "rushed". It gets better
towards the end.

Author TakedaXS (7 days)
LOVE? DREAM?. WHAT ARE THOSE THINGS? I'LL DESTROY THEM ALL. DESTROY
EVERYTHING.
BWAHAHAHAHAHAAAAAA (c)

Author Red Feather (4 months)
What is funny is that this was seriously just to stretch his fingers!

Author SuperFunReviews (21 day)
Fabulous love 8:25

Author _ChubzTheClown (15 days)
I came here after listening to Orochimaru's theme... Yes its anime.

Author steven stewart (2 months)
Great works by great men last for ever. Just like yourself. 

Author bloodySunday77 (15 days)
Remarkable version and one of the greatest classical pieces ever. Although
it must be noted that it is debated whether Bach actually wrote it, or
someone else (or it was a copy of a much earlier piece). Not that it really
matters since Bach is an example of the genius of man...

Author Taille Bourg (4 months)
The heaviest metal can't be be heavier than this !!!!

Author Mark de Zabaleta (18 days)
Magistral...

Author Larson Scheller (19 days)
Wunderbar

Author persona83 (20 days)
Gyruss brought me here.

Author osirisdatz (2 months)
This Organ Must be the one in the Cathedral of Passau , Bavaria, Germany

Author Valentina Goretska (2 months)
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Best Version Ever)

Author Percival Boomfart (1 month)
I agree, this is an excellent version. It is very close in timing, pacing
and dramatic expression to the E.Power Biggs standard, but with a much
richer and fuller sound. A performance this well recorded and performed
would be a major release. I would love to know who, what Organ and what
recording label.
Regards and thanks for posting 

Author cyclemouse (2 months)
I think this version is based on the version by Sky...
I absolutely love their version, since my Dad played it when I was a kid...
we're both rockers, but I can appreciate classical too... this is original
Prog Rock...! :) 

Author Tobi ace (2 months)
johann sebastian bach

Author aegeanbo (2 months)
Someone knowledgeable should be able to tell a lot about how this organ
should sound by just from looking at the picture. The music does not match
the picture.. The amount of reverberation (or lack of) gives us the clue.
Will anyone please identify the organist and the organ used in this
recording? If I am wrong, i like it confirmed.

Author Legendazf Betancohurt (2 months)
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor (Best version ever ) was performed by E.
Power Biggs

Author Sándor Kovács (2 months)
Bach lived at the end of the "Dark Middle Age" But, how "dark" is the era
in which such a great musical works were born??? The real Dark Age started
at the "Enlightenment."

Author Astrea039 (3 days)
Se me pone la piel chinita pero me gusta!

Author John Smith (5 days)
Heavy metal before we had distorted guitars.

Author acs197 (2 days)
Why do I love organ music so much?

Author MinecraftSymbiote 1221 (6 days)
Is this theme song for both Frankenstein and Dracula? I don't know who this
song fits more honestly. Someone tell me please.

Author mikesb69 (12 hours)
That's what I call fast fingering at 1:57!

Author Alexei K (1 day)
Who said it was played in Riga? are u sure? can't find the post ffs..

Author Stephane Suszylo (1 day)


Author Guy Morel (4 days)
Gorgeous music -
Please where is this church?

Author ToruKun1 (8 days)
YESH! YESH! THIS IS DELICIOUS!

Author Tony parra (8 days)
My friend is playing this song.

Author David W. Anderson (3 days)
This is by E. Power Biggs, playing the organ at Harvard University. It's
from the late 1950s, if I remember my mother's record albums correctly.

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