Fugue in G Minor
Handbell - Advanced - Digital Download
Composed by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Arranged by W. David Hedrick. Baroque Period. 9 pages. William David Hedrick #14012. Published by William David Hedrick (S0.17779).
Item Number: S0.17779
Bach's "Fugue in G Minor" was originally written for organ. It has been arranged for handbells, 5 octaves. It is for advanced handbell choirs and will require a some time to accomplish. It is an excellent showpiece and suitable for any handbell choir concert venue, sacred or secular. This will be a challenge for your handbell choir but an exciting piece to perform. The audio clip is a computer rendering from Finale.
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