J.S. Bach Organ Sonatas : BWV 525-530
The six Sonatas have long been held up as examples of Bach's supreme contrapuntal genius. Johann Nikolaus Forkel, 1802, in his survey of Bachs life and work remarked: One cannot say enough of their beauty. They were made during the composers most mature age and can be looked upon as his chief work of this kind.
Duration: 60 min.
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