Jiri first went to the Prussian court in Berlin, where he joined his brother and where he met and befriended the harpsichordist Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Chicago's Music of the Baroque not long ago featured music by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
, fifth child of his far more famous father Johann Sebastian Bach.
In 2012, the Koninklijk Conservatorium Brussel (Royal Conservatory Brussels), a department of the Erasmus University College Brussels, launched a research project in preparation for the 300th anniversary of the birth of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
The concert program includes works by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
, the press service of the Embassy specified.
Two upcoming concerts highlight their work, on March 31 at the Town Hall, Thomas Trotter plays a lunchtime organ recital celebrating the 300th birthday of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
220) by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
(1714-1788) is widely popular among teachers and students alike--and with good reason.
30pm, St Andrew's Church, Corbridge: Baroque classics including Vivaldi's Four Seasons and works by Corelli, JS Bach and his son, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
Diana Walker gave a polished performance of Rondo Expressive by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
, Tengo Nostalgia de Ti by Tata Nacho and Gnossienne #4 by Eric Satie.
The 58 letters--which are presented in their original German with English translations on facing pages--reflect developments in aesthetics, music theory, music culture, and music making during the Enlightenment period, and in them, he discusses the music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
, Georg Philipp Telemann, Carl Heinrich Graun, Johann Friedrich Agricola, and others; the Berlin opera; his treatise on the musical settings of texts; and nonmusical topics like the Seven Years' War, the Prussian court, his family, and the rising middle class.
Such was the case when his son Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
first performed the Credo in 1786.
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
belongs among the few musicians who left a mark in the history of music well beyond his contributions as a famous virtuoso and a distinguished composer.
This fine volume of essays, published to mark the seventieth birthday of Christoph Wolff, one of the finest Bach scholars of our time, takes as its title a comment that Mozart reputedly made about Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach
to the Thomaskantor Friedrich Doles when he visited Leipzig in the spring of 1789.