Music Theory

Toccata

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A toccata is an instrumental piece, often designed to display the technical proficiency of a performer and found particularly in keyboard music from the 15th century onwards. There are notable examples in the organ music of Johann Sebastian Bach, with some toccatas containing a series of movements.

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Sean Jackson playing Johann Sebastian Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor:

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