Bach composed a number of stand-alone fugues for Organ, and this one in G minor is probably the most famous. It was used several times in the movie "Glass Onion" serving almost as the film's main theme. The fugue is catalogued as BWV 578 and sometimes referred to as the "Little Fugue" to distinguish it from other fugues in G minor. The Fugue is in 4 parts (or voices), and this version splits the 4 voices into separate parts for clarity, and allowing you to play and record the parts separately on a synthesiser for example. You can download the expanded score and 4 separate parts using the links in the left hand menu, labelled as voice1 to voice 3 and pedals.
Here is a video of Bach's Fugue in G minor for Organ (voices version):
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The image below is the first page of the sheet music, and here you can download the full sheet music for Bach's Fugue in G minor for Organ (voices version) in PDF format.