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Synonyms for Johann Sebastian Bach

German baroque organist and contrapuntist


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In addition to many notated examples interspersed throughout the text, The Music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach has an online component.
The point is well made by a simple list of 18th-century German composers born before Haydn: Johann Pachelbel (1653-1706), Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767), Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), Georg Friedrich Handel (1685-1759), Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773), Johann Adolf Hasse (1699-1783), Carl Heinrich Graun (1703-59), Franz Benda (170986), Frederick the Great of Prussia (1712-86), Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-88), Johann Wenzel Anton Stamitz (1717-57), Johann Friedrich Agricola (1720-74) and Georg Anton Benda (1722-95).
Klopstock, by contrast, struck a chord with an audience that recognized him as a major public figure (Meredith Lee) and Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach flourished in an environment that fostered a commercial dimension to his position as the city's music director (Annette Richards).
There are also numerous excerpts from works by his colleagues in Dresden and Berlin, including Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, Franz Benda, Johann Martin Blockwitz, one or both of the Graun brothers, Johann Adolf Hasse and Christoph Nichelmann.
1788 Muere Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, a la edad de 74 anos, en Hamburgo.
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.
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.
The most famous member of Frederick the Great's musical establishment was undoubtedly Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, second son of the mighty Johann Sebastian, and court harpsichordist in the King's orchestra.
Suchalla, Briefe von Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach an Johann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkipf und Johann Nikolaus Forkel, Mainzer Studien zur Musikwissenschaff, xix (Tutzing, 1985), pp.
Westphal's own title for his extraordinary collection was Gesammlete Nachrichten yon den Leben und den Werken des Herrn Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach .
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.
220) by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-1788) is widely popular among teachers and students alike--and with good reason.
In January 2000, The Packard Humanities Institute, in cooperation with the Bach-Archiv Leipzig, the Sachsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, and Harvard University, established offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts for a new critical edition of the works of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-88).
Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Franz Benda, both employed by Frederick the Great in Potsdam, were desperately trying to break away from what had become a baroque strait-jacket of musical uniformity, creating instead sound-worlds which, in the words of Pavlo Beznosiuk, genial director of the AAM, promised us a "rather frenetic evening of avant-garde music - for the 1760s".
In the course of the first three decades of the twentieth century, Oscar Sonneck and Carl Engel assembled for the Music Division in the Library of Congress a major collection of manuscripts and early printed editions of the music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach.