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IAN ANDERSON: Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor

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Published on Dec 11, 2010

Florian Opahle at the City Winery, NYC

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Scott Bentley
What rock stars Bach and Ludwig van would have made if they had been born in the present day.
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Buster Jones
Bach would have enjoyed that. He may have not approved. But he would have enjoyed it.
Bill Dodds
This is labeled as Ian Anderson because he says a few word intro? wtf? If I had known it is was a Florian Opahle piece I wouldnt have wasted my time. 
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Farley Boy
I still say E.L.P. did this better than anyone else ever could have.
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Moz Gren
What utter shite.  Give me the 'repressed cathedral organ' version any day.
Justgivemethetruth
Teutonic Precision?  LOL!  Martin's bach fugue puts this cold by numbers version to shame .. this is a bit hideous.
rww549
If someone listens to this and is encouraged to hear what it really should sound like, I guess it might serve a purpose, but why would you want to take such a beautiful piece of music and butcher it like this?
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Justgivemethetruth
Robcas631 ... Bach would slap this guy silly for trashing his hard and delicate work.  This kid has a lot of learn.
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Paul Segura
He's no Martin Barre but I guess he'll just have to do.
Luciano Lallo
To all you naysayers out there. Tell me, have you ever transposed a piano piece into an electric guitar format? I think not!
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