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What is a toccata?

Dating from the baroque period, a toccata is apiece written for  stringed instruments. It is hallmarked by the quick fingering  required to master the piece.

Who wrote original Toccata?

  Well, There are quite a few original Toccatas. One of the most famous is By Johann S. Bach, son of Johann A. Bach and nephew of Johann C. Bach, all of which were famous (MORE)

Who wrote Toccata in D minor?

There are many composers who wrote a 'toccata in D minor' . Probably the most famous is the Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 565 by JS Bach.
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Is a toccata usually played on a trumpet?

No, trumpets gave in those days only the so called natural notes. This piece however contains many more notes than what a trumpet could offer. It could have been played on tro (MORE)

Who composed the organ piece toccata?

Many composer have included "toccata" in the titles of their compositions ... Bach, Pachelbel, Buxtehude, Boellman, Purvis, and many others.
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What is JS Bach's Toccata in D minor?

It is a major organ solo work which requires great dexterity at the organ console for the hands as well as the feet. Probably one of JS Bach's most famous (and often performed (MORE)
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On what is a toccata normally played?

A Toccata is typically played on a keyboard or plucked string instrument. It is a virtuoso piece of music and the musician Claudio Monteverdi and his opera "Orfeo" are famous (MORE)