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... and conductor, and the founder and musical director of the Bach Collegium Japan ... In 1983 he began teaching at Kobe Shoin Women's University, and founded Bach Collegium Japan, a baroque orchestra, in 1990 ... He directs them from the harpsichord and they are currently recording Bach's complete cantatas for BIS records ...
... Bach Kantaten 18 · 152, Jürgen Jürgens, Monteverdi-Chor, Leonhardt-Consort, Rotraud Hansmann, Helen Watts, Kurt Equiluz, Max van Egmond, Telefunken 1966 Bach ... Bach Das Kantatenwerk · Complete Cantatas · Les Cantates, Folge / Vol ... Wiener Sängerknaben, Paul Esswood, Kurt Equiluz, Siegmund Nimsgern, Teldec 1973 Bach Cantatas Vol ...
... Gustav Gründgens — Wilhelm Friedemann Bach Eugen Klöpfer — Johann Sebastian Bach Wolfgang Liebeneiner — Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach Lina Lossen — Anna Magdalena Bach Lotte Koch — Friederike Bach ...
... Roßbach is a municipality in the district of Neuwied, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany ... Rheinbreitbach Rheinbrohl Rodenbach bei Puderbach Roßbach Rüscheid Sankt Katharinen Stebach Steimel Straßenhaus Thalhausen Unkel Urbach Vettelschoß Waldbreitbach Windhagen Woldert ...
... Bach Cantatas BWV 37, BWV 76, Wilhelm Ehmann, Westfälische Kantorei, Deutsche Bachsolisten, Nelly van der Spek, Frauke Haasemann, Johannes Hoefflin, Wilhelm Pommerien, Cantate 1965 J.S ... Bach Das Kantatenwork (2), Hans Grischkat, Schwäbischer Singkreis Stuttgart, Bach-Orchester Stuttgart, Csilla Zentai, Elisabeth Wacker, Kurt Huber, Michael Schopper ... Bach Das Kantatenwerk - Sacred Cantatas Vol ...
More definitions of "bach":
- (noun): German baroque organist and contrapuntist; composed mostly keyboard music; one of the greatest creators of Western music (1685-1750).
Synonyms: Johann Sebastian Bach
- (verb): Lead a bachelor's existence.
Famous quotes containing the word bach:
“Music is the effort we make to explain to ourselves how our brains work. We listen to Bach transfixed because this is listening to a human mind.”
—Lewis Thomas (b. 1913)
“The authors conviction on this day of New Year is that music begins to atrophy when it departs too far from the dance; that poetry begins to atrophy when it gets too far from music; but this must not be taken as implying that all good music is dance music or all poetry lyric. Bach and Mozart are never too far from physical movement.”
—Ezra Pound (18851972)
“We know that a man can read Goethe or Rilke in the evening, that he can play Bach and Schubert, and go to his days work at Auschwitz in the morning.”
—George Steiner (b. 1929)