I am always intruiged by pieces whose composer is unknown. This fugue in E flat major is one such piece. The manuscript I transcribed it from is largely filled with works by J.S. Bach together with a few works by other composers. And this fugue. It is a cleverly constructed fugue. It’s just two voice, but it manages to give the impression of more voices. The composer clearly knew his trade. So who was he or she? I hope that by making this score available it will be played more often and by more people than just me.

The recording was done on the sample set of the Silbermann organ of the Stadtkirche Zöblitz by Prospectum.

Man: Principal 8′, Octav 4′

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