Which musical form has a subject, an answer, and episodes of development? The fugue. On this episode of Wind & Rhythm, we take a look at the fugue with works by John Williams, George Gershwin, John Philip Sousa, and of course, Bach, right here, at the gathering place for people who love band music.
Fugue from Trio Sonata in C major Johann Sebastian Bach Empire Brass Quintet Fugue on Yankee Doodle John Philip Sousa The Kalamazoo Concert Band, Richard S. Swinsick
Catfish Row - V. Fugue George Gershwin University of Missouri Wind Ensemble, Thomas O'Neal
Spitfire Fugue William Walton Black Dyke Band, Nicholas Childs Symphony in Bb - III. Fugue - Rather broad Paul Hindemith University of Michigan Symphony Band,
H. Robert Reynolds Fugue Oliver Nelson Keystone Wind Ensemble, Jack Stamp Variations on a Bach Chorale - Fugue Jack Stamp Keystone Wind Ensemble, Jack Stamp Out to Sea and the Shark Cage Fugue from "Jaws" John Williams US Coast Guard Band, Captain Kenneth W. Megan Fugue in C minor Charles Ives US Marine Band, Timothy Foley Fugue for Tinhorns Frank Loesser Empire Brass Quintet Fugue from "Schwanda the Bagpiper" Jaromir Weinberger Chicago Gargoyle Brass and Organ Ensemble,
Rodney Holmes Three Preludes and Fugues - I. Fugue in C minor Felix Mendelssohn, arr. Siegmund Goldhammer Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie, Thomas Clamor Fugue in G minor "The Little Fugue" Johann Sebastian Bach Texas A&M University Wind Symphony, Timothy B. Rhea