List of Fugal Works By Johann Sebastian Bach

List Of Fugal Works By Johann Sebastian Bach

This page lists the fugal works of Johann Sebastian Bach, defined here as the fugues, fughettas, and canons, as well as other works containing fugal expositions but not denoted as fugues, such as some choral sections of the Mass in B minor, the St Matthew Passion, the St John Passion, and the Bach cantatas.

This sub-list of the complete list of compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach is intended to facilitate the study of Bach's counterpoint techniques. Each work cited in this list will be annotated with the fugal subject(s) and any countersubjects in musical notation.

Read more about List Of Fugal Works By Johann Sebastian BachOrgan Fugues, Lute Fugues, Sonatas and Partitas For Solo Violin, Canons (1072–1078), Late Contrapuntal Works: The Musical Offering and The Art of Fugue (1079–1080), Doubtful Fugues

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