Johann Sebastian Bach composed quite a number of stand-alone fugues for Organ, and this one in G minor is among the most famous. It was used several times in the recent 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), the first 3 parts are shared between the two hands (on the "organ manuals") and the 4th part is played on the organ pedals (using the feet). The piano roll animation in the video below shows the 4 parts in different colours. You can download the sheet music, mp3 and midi files using the links in the left-hand menu or below.
On mfiles there are 3 other versions of this fugue. One of these separates out the 4 voices for clarity and to make it easier to play on a keyboard for example if you don't have access to an organ with manuals and pedals. There is also an arrangement where the 4 parts are played by a woodwind quartet or string quartet, and finally an arrangement for piano solo.
Here is a video of Bach's (Little) Fugue in G minor for Organ:
Download Bach's (Little) Fugue in G minor for Organ as an mp3 file or play it below:
You can also download the midi version of Bach's (Little) Fugue in G minor for Organ.
The mp3 and midi files are available to license as a budget option, at a flat rate of £5 GBP per track. Contact mfiles licensing for details.
The image below is the first page of the sheet music, and here you can download the full sheet music for Bach's (Little) Fugue in G minor for Organ in PDF format.