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Playlist: Fugue

Compiled By: H.L. Rayner

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DWF 19-22: The Art of Fugue, 2/24/2020

From DW - Deutsche Welle | Part of the Deutsche Welle Festival Concerts series | 01:57:57

Johann Sebastian Bach's "The Art of Fugue" is a microcosm of a musical universe. This concert travels to a several galaxies in that universe, with a major swath of that compendium by Bach, samples of other pre-Bach composers and a couple of post-Bach surprises.

Vintage_ensemble_c_a Johann Sebastian Bach's "The Art of Fugue" is a microcosm of a musical universe. This concert travels to a several galaxies in that universe, with a major swath of that compendium by Bach, samples of other pre-Bach composers and a couple of post-Bach surprises.

02-11 The Fugue

From Interlochen Public Radio | Part of the The Interlochen Collection series | 58:59

On this edition of The Interlochen Collection, we’re focusing on the fugue. We’ll hear fugues by composers from Bach to Bright to Weinberger.

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Episode playlist

Johann Sebastian Bach, Toccata, Adagio, and Fugue in C Major, BWV564

John Paynter, arranger

World Youth Symphonic Band

Frank Wickes, conductor

Corson Auditorium

July 2004


Johann Sebastian Bach, Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor

Leonard Falcone, arranger

Interlochen Arts Academy Band

Frederick Fennell, conductor

Jessie V. Stone building

January 1970


Alan Hovhaness, Psalm and Fugue, op. 40a

Interlochen Arts Academy String Orchestra

David Holland, conductor

November 1987


Paul Hindemith, Symphony in B-flat for concert band: III. Fugue

Interlochen Arts Academy Band

Byron Hanson, conductor

Jessie V. Stone Building

May 1969


Houston Bright, Prelude and Fugue in F minor

Interlochen Arts Academy Band

Byron Hanson, conductor

Jessie V. Stone Building

May 1970


Jaromir Weinberger, Schwanda the Bagpiper: Polka and Fugue

Glenn Cliffe Bainum, arranger

National Music Camp High School Band

George C. Wilson, conductor

Interlochen Bowl

July 1955


The archival recordings heard on this program are available thanks in part to The Association for Recorded Sound Collections' Classical Music Preservation Grant, generous support from our listeners, and the Hamer D. and Phyllis C. Shafer Foundation.


Amanda Sewell is the host and executive producer of the program. Monica Yost provided production assistance.