Johann Sebastian Bach

Fugue in G minor


About this work...

Sometime shortly after moving from Cöthen to Leipzig in 1723, and prompted perhaps by his friendships with lutenist Christian Weyrauch and a handful of other Leipzig lute-lovers, J.S. Bach extracted the second movement (fuga) from his Sonata No. 1 in G minor for solo violin, BWV 1001 (1720), and reshaped it into a comp... read more