Philipp Emanuel Bach

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Harald Vogel - Recordings (CD & LP)
... Bach, Georg Friedrich Händel, Johann Mattheson in Godlinze (NL) Stef Tuinstra performs works by Matthias Weckmann, Jan Adam Reincken, Johann Pachelbel, Georg Böhm, in Eenum (NL) ... Works by Johann Adam Reincken, Samuel Scheidt, Heinrich Scheidemann, Johann Sebastian Bach Das Gesamtwerk für Orgel Harald Vogel spielt an der Cosmae-Orgel (1675) in Stade ... Works by Johann Sebastian Bach, Nicolaus Bruhns, Dietrich Buxtehude, Heinrich Scheidemann ...
Ernst Wilhelm Wolf - Life
... It was in Gotha that Wolf first heard the music of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and Carl Heinrich Graun he was particularly fascinated with Bach's work ... of some of Wolf's compositions in 1752 drew praise from Bach ... Wolf and Bach's friendship lasted throughout their lives Wolf helped collect subscriptions for Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's für Kenner und Liebhaber (for Connoisseurs and Amateurs) works (pia ...
... Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Straße is a street in Frankfurt (Oder), Germany ... Named after the 18th century German musician and composer Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Straße is indeed one of the longest street names in the world ... river and the border crossing to Słubice, Poland, Carl-Philipp-Emanuel-Bach-Straße is home to part of the Viadrina Museum in the Junker house and Museum for Junge Kunst ...
Passions (Telemann)
... Between 1716 and 1767, Georg Philipp Telemann wrote a series of Passions, musical compositions reflecting on Christ's Passion – the physical, spiritual and mental suffering of Jesus from the hours prior to his trial ... those of Telemann's friend and father of his godson and successor Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach) ... Rise of Lyricism and the Decline of Biblical Narration in the Late Liturgical Passions of Georg Philipp Telemann" (University of Pittsburgh, 2005), Jason ...

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