Mehmet Okonsar | Das Musikalische Opfer- The Musical Offering - L'offrande Musicale  BWV 1079

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Das Musikalische Opfer- The Musical Offering - L'offrande Musicale BWV 1079

by Mehmet Okonsar

Unique rendering using electronic instruments. Dedicated to Mr. Isao Tomita
Genre: Classical: Bach
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1. Rirercar” (On the Harpsichord)
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2. Canon Perpetuus Super Thema Regium
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3. Canones Diversi Super Thema Regium
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4. Canon Cancricans
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5. Canon A2 in Unisono
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6. Canon A2 Per Motum Contrarium
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7. Canon A2 Per Augmentationem, Contrario Moto
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8. Fuga Canonica in Epidiapente
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9. Rirercar A6 (Orchestrated)
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10. Canon A2
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11. Canon A4
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12. Sonata Das Musikalische Opfer BWV 1079, I.Largo
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13. Sonata Das Musikalische Opfer BWV 1079, II.Allegro
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14. Sonata Das Musikalische Opfer BWV 1079, III.Andante
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15. Sonata Das Musikalische Opfer BWV 1079, IV.Allegro
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16. Canon Perpetuus
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The Musical Offering (German title: Musikalisches Opfer or Das Musikalische Opfer), BWV 1079, is a collection of keyboard canons and fugues and other pieces of music by Johann Sebastian Bach, all based on a single musical theme given to him by Frederick the Great (Frederick II of Prussia), to whom they are dedicated.

The Ricercar a 6, a six-voice fugue which is the highpoint of the entire work, was put forward by the musicologist Charles Rosen as the most significant piano composition in history (partly because it is one of the first). This ricercar is also occasionally called the Prussian Fugue, a name used by Bach himself.

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