Johann Sebastian Bach g-moll fúga szólóhegedűre BWV 1001 „Karácsony” POSZTER

Prepared with the Colorful BACH technique, on the basis of the Urtext edition. Edited by Márta Ábrahám, Barnabás Dukay and Eveline Meier, 2021.

The presentation poster of the Chaconne (BWV 1004) the Fugue in G minor (BWV 1001) In their textual introduction to the score, the authors first delineate the characteristics of the fugue form and address terminological issues in fugue analysis. Then they present the main points of their structural and motivic analysis of Bach’s Fugue in a Minor. Having thus identified formal relationships, they draw attention to their symbolic meaning that goes by BioBach-Music Publishing.

The full score of Bach’s most popular violin fugue is printed on a single page, making it possible to read the entire piece as it hangs on your wall. Themes, countersubjects and counterpoints are marked with colored notes to help orient yourself within the score. This color coding is meant to facilitate the identification of themes and interludes as well as inversions, stretti and double counterpoint. Becoming directly acquainted with the structural organization of the piece could be illuminating for a new generation of young violinists, and might perhaps lead to a paradigm shift in interpretation. We recommend the presentation poster as a useful tool not only to all violinists but also to students and teachers of string or keyboard instruments, musicology or composition as well as to all educated music lovers. It is not only Bach’s Fugue in G Minor itself that a musician ought to know after all, but also the logic and order of Bach’s canon and fugue constructing art.

Size: 43×150 cm
Material: paper, natural pine lath, handcrafted, wall-hung poster. Mailed in a 7.3×54 cm paper document roll.

Publisher:BioBach-Music Book and Music Publishing
ISMN 979-0-801675-86-6