1. Sinfonia 11 BWV 798 by J. S. Bach arr. by Kerry Turner
2. Fugue Nr. 16 BWV 885 from the Well Tempered Clavier by J. S. Bach arr. by Geoffrey Winter
3. Fugue Nr. 20 BWV 865 from the Well Tempered Clavier by J. S. Bach arr. by Geoffrey Winter
Relatively unknown to his contemporaries, Johann Sebastian Bach's (1685 - 1750) stature has grown through time to the point that he has become a standard in the world of music today. This has entirely to do with the deep spiritual universality of his music. His compositions are considered as "pure" music - that which stands entirely by itself and is not dependent on such things as instrumental timbre. Precisely for this reason is Bach's music such a popular subject as arrangements for different sorts of instrumental ensembles.