According to the New York Times Jonathan Sebastian Bach is one of the top three musical composers ever. Because Bach is one of the best composers in the history of the world I want to meet him. He was a german composer during the Baroque period. Born March 31 1685 died, July 28, 1750. First off in 1695 when Bach was 9 his parents died.
He began to learn music at a young age as his father was a double bassist in the German philharmonic society, and at the age of seven Brahms took up playing the piano. Once he was a teenager he began earning money as he became an accomplished musician where he played at local inns. Brahms in 1853 was introduced to a German composer by the name of Robert Schumann where he saw potential in the young Brahms and called him a genius for future music to come, calling him a “young Eagle”. Soon after an article was published making Brahms known in the music world. Brahms was never married but he did have many different relationships attempts which included an affair with Agatha von Siebold which ended.
Although his father forbade him even to own an instrument, his mother was supportive of his musical endeavours, and so Handel was able to practice playing music in secret with her help. As a young boy, he played the organ for the duke’s court in Weissenfels. There he met Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow, a famous composer and organist. Handel became his pupil, and under Zachow, Handel learned organ, violin, and oboe, by the time he was ten years of age.
J.S. Bach was considered the most significant Baroque composer. Bach created a style of complex harmony, rhythmic drive, and rich polyphonic texture by conjoining the influences of Schutz and Buxtehude. He composed numerous amounts of choral and instrumental music for a variety of employers; a standout amongst the most imperative of these was the city of Leipzig, which Bach served as Lutheran Cantor. His works incorporate holy cantatas and oratorios, books of preludes and fugues for the guideline of understudies, instrumental pieces, and a summation of the counterpoint custom, The Art of the Fugue. Father of numerous youngsters, four of his children got to be persuasive writers in their own privilege later in the eighteenth
Since his father couldn’t finance the family anymore, Beethoven took it upon himself and applied to be an Assistant Court Organist (Biography.com editors, n.d.). Even though he was young, he was accepted and would receive a salary of one hundred fifty florins (Biography.com editors, n.d.). In 1787, Beethoven was sent to Vienna to further his music. Beethoven had hoped to study with Mozart. Little evidence shows that the two did meet, but anecdotes show otherwise (Viegas, 2008).
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His first official job was in 1480 when he gained the position as choirmaster at the “Guild of Our Lady at Bergen”. It wasn’t clear if he had taken the job while completing university the same year or whether it was after when he completed his masters. Within the coming years in 1484 he was named the under-singer for the church of St Donatian’s in Bruges. In 1487, the Duke of Ferrara, Ercole d’Este invited him to work at his chapel. It was stated that he worked there for about one year before returning to Bergen.
Bach was the second son of Johann Sebastian Bach. C.P.E. Bach kept his father’s legacy alive and had a successful music career following his main teacher’s footsteps, his father. He played harpsichord for Frederick the Great, a flute player, for about 30 years. Much like his father’s job at Leipzig, C.P.E. became a Kantor in Hamburg at five churches and a Latin school. During his time at Hamburg, he composed a vast amount of music varying from symphonies, to chamber music, to harpsichord concertos.
In Leipzig, Bach became one of the biggest composers that everyone knew about. He also taught at a school, where he had many different responsibilities that kept him extremely busy. At this time, Bach became very religious and mostly composed religious choral music. Sebastian Bach passed away at the age of sixty-five from a stroke in 1750. After Bach passed is when he really started to get recognized for his works.
The highly revered Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. The last child of a musically-inclined family, Bach developed his skill in Lüneburg with his eldest brother after the passing of their parents. By 1703 he was actively working for the Protestant church as a musician, concentrating on organ repertoire and chamber music compositions. While his relationship with his employers was not always the most forthcoming, Bach continued to compose and was granted the title of court composer in Germany in 1736 by the Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, Augustus III. When he died in 1750 due to health complications, Bach left behind an incredible legacy with hundreds of cantatas, canons, fugues, concertos,
When he died he was almost completely deaf.in 1811 he gave up conducting and preforming in public but he still composed. Many of his most famous works came from the last few years of his life. After Beetoven knew that his hearing was just getting worse he made the Sonatas for piano, the best he could.
A couple of days before his death her read parts of the hymn Vor deinen Thron tret’ ich allheir for his son-in-law to jot down. Following Bach’s high fever and stroke, he died on July 28, 1750. Four of his sons carried on his musical tradition of the Bach family. His influence on music is well stated on the words of Joannes Brahms” “Study Bach: there you will find everything.” In his lifetime, he received very little appreciation; nor was he adequately paid.
J.S Bach was a German composer, he is one of the most important composer of the Baroque period because he established the German style in the counterpoint,harmonic and motivic organization. He had great contribution on the rhythm Bach was born in a music family, his father is also a great musician who taught him to play violin and harpsichord. The six unaccompanied cello suites was written by J.S Bach during 1717-1723. This work is one of the most famous works by J.S Bach.
Beethoven's first music teacher was his father. He later had other local teachers: the court organist Gilles Van Den Eeden, Tobias Friedrich Pfeiffer, and Franz Rovantini. Starting at age 5, his musical training was harsh and intensive, which often reduced him to tears. Many times he was dragged from his bed to the keyboard to do irregular late-night sessions.