Bach: Chromatische Fantasie und Fuge in D-Moll, BWV 903

Hermann Bahr: A Letter From Germany, Dezember 1922

... , regards the frieze of the Parthenon as a visible Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue . Or one might express it in this way: if one wanted to expl ...... e might express it in this way: if one wanted to explain the Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue to a deaf man, it would only be necessary to show him the f ...... claims to have made concerning the real genesis of the Chromatic Fantasy . How did Bach come to it? How did it occur to him ...... oon as he let his name become chromatic. After the Fantasy breaks down into chaos, the Fugue ...... Fantasy breaks down into chaos, the Fugue begins again bravely and confidently with a, b, h, c. As so ...... tion in F minor for three voices. It is in the Chromatic Fantasy , however, that he first gives his name a triumphant transfo ...