[17:59] (Kirnberger II mod. , f(A3)=468 Hz)
Fugue 1 has a gentle 6/8 lilt, Fugue 2 (in common meter) has only two voices, Fugue 3 is in four voices with a 1-measure subject, Fugue 4 and 5
subjects use more stepwise motion, but Fugue 6 has a very recognizable repeated note pattern. Fugue 7 is in three voices, and Fugue 8 is a double
fugue with two separate subjects which are combined in the last section. The subject for Fugue 9 combines three distinct rhytmic patterns. Fugue 10 is
brisk with another 1-measure subject. Fugue 11 has a 2-measure subject. Fugue 12 is just two voices, on separate keyboards. Fugue 13 has a distinctive
scale pattern which is echoed on another manual courtesy of the Phantom Organist.
Johann Adam Ehrlich organ at Evangelische Stadtkirche / Bad Wimpfen, Germany (1748) -
Samples by Gernot Wurst
- Magnificat Octavi Toni
Audio track was created with Hauptwerk v. 1 software
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