Johann Sebastian Bach

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Noun1.Johann Sebastian Bach - German baroque organist and contrapuntistJohann Sebastian Bach - German baroque organist and contrapuntist; composed mostly keyboard music; one of the greatest creators of western music (1685-1750)
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The Metropolis Chamber Ensemble will open the program with instrumental music of Mozart and two composers he admired: Joseph Michael Haydn, younger brother of the famed Franz Joseph Haydn, and Johann Christian Bach, the youngest son of Johann Sebastian Bach.
Of Opera dei Lumi, Peter says: "The idea was to explore Mozart but also some of the many other composers of that time that I'm interested in, such as Johann Christian Bach (son of the more famous Johann Sebastian) and Handel."
'When he visited London as an eight-year-old, he heard a lot of music by a wide range of composers and nationalities, and the two composers he modelled his first symphonies on were actually both Germans who had emigrated to England - Johann Christian Bach and Karl Friedrich Abel.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Mar 22 (ANI): In a first, Google celebrated renowned German musician Johann Christian Bach with an AI-powered doodle.
Johann Christian Bach, the youngest son, was only a teenager when his father died.
The various chapters center on the keyboard works of George Frideric Handel and Johann Christian Bach, the keyboard arrangements of Francesco Geminiani.
Johann Sebastian Bach and Georg Phillip Telemann, two of the better-known German composers of the Baroque era, which flourished in Western Europe from the early 17th to the middle of the 18thcentury, join forces with Johann Christian Bach (Johann Sebastian's eleventh surviving child and his youngest son) and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
The remaining seventeen instruments in this category are pianos owned by composers from Johann Christian Bach to the twentieth-century Spanish composer Roberto Gerhard (although the composer had the piano converted into a clavichord).
April 27: An all-Baroque program with Georg Philipp Telemann's G Major Quartet from the "Taflemusik," Johann Friedrich Fasch's B-flat Major Quartet and Johann Christian Bach's D Major Quintet for Flute, Oboe, Violin, Viola, Cello and Harpsichord.
Harmonia Mundi: 902098 Johann Christian Bach. youngest son of the great Johann Sebastian and known as "The London Bach," was a friend and mentor to the young Mozart, influencing Mozart's concerto style.