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Bach Panther Fugue

PostTue Apr 02, 2019 6:04 am

Hello everybody,

I sought to obtain the score of the "Bach Panther fugue" from Stéphane Delplace (see for example https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2l3XkSW8lY).
On Delplace's site : http://www.stephanedelplace.com, it is indicated that it is the fugue XXIV of the book II.
I bought this partition. Unfortunately, the fugue of the score is not the fugue we can hear in the video, but a fugue on a theme that is more or less the inversion. Has anyone acquired the score of this fugue and what is correct the reference? Thanks.

Paul
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Re: Bach Panther Fugue

PostTue Apr 02, 2019 6:32 am

Try one of the producers of the video;

AntonDoornhein@gmail.com
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Re: Bach Panther Fugue

PostTue Apr 02, 2019 11:34 am

Guy Bovet has also written a fugue on this same theme (The Pink Panther theme by Mancini). Bovet's fugue is published and readily available in the book "Nouveau cahier de pièces d'orgue" published by Cantate Domino (#3070). The piece is called "Fuga sopra un soggetto."

Cantate Domino/Éditions Schola Cantorum: https://www.schola-editions.com/accueil/
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Re: Bach Panther Fugue

PostWed Apr 03, 2019 5:22 am

Thanks Adri. I have sent a message to Anton Doorheim.
Thanks also to CarsonCooman for the link of Guy Bovet's fugue.

Paul

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