Bach

Bach

Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist of the Baroque period.

Bach's musical style arose from his skill in contrapuntal invention and motivic control, his flair for improvisation, his exposure to North and South German, Italian and French music, and his devotion to the Lutheran liturgy. His access to musicians, scores and instruments as a child and a young man and his emerging talent for writing tightly woven music of powerful sonority, allowed him to develop an eclectic, energetic musical style in which foreign influences were combined with an intensified version of the pre-existing German musical language.

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Bach - Double Concerto
First made in Germany cream, red and gold label STEREO pressing. Mint- cover and VG+ vinyl. ..
£19.99
Bach Concerto 1 + Goldberg Variations (Stockholm + Vancouver 1958)
Volume 3 in Idis’ ongoing series of Glenn Gould performances, this disc presents Bach’s Concerto No ..
£11.99