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I've never seen this before, but it's got to make learning piano a lot easier: Bach
Ahhh, one of my favorites. Thank you for posting that.

Bach wrote music for the harpsichord, a predecessor of the piano and mainly for the organ. The piece above is mainly played on the organ.

The best organ player probably of the 20th century was E Power Biggs. Here is his organ rendition which is amazing.


My favorite that I played on the piano a couple of times for a Friday college "Coffee House" is from his two volume Well Tempered Clavier.

Preludium 6 in D minor. No one plays Bach on piano better than Glen Gould. Scroll down to his video.

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I have an amazing collection of some of the best music ever created, but it's on vinyl. It's the Library of Congress collection of J.S. Bach, performed on period instruments in the Smithsonian Museum. I so want to put them into DVD format, or something better, but all I've got is the ION turntable and the cheesy software that came with it. The Master deserves better...
 

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my favorite rendition of Bach's Taccata & Fugue in D Minor

 
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