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  • 472490Q1339Johann Sebastian BachJohann SebastianBachBach,_Johann SebastianJohann Sebastian Bach.jpg16851750German composer and organist whose sacred and
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  • Volume III Johann-Sebastian Bach 1930522Encyclopædia Britannica, Ninth Edition, Volume III — Johann-Sebastian Bach BACH, Johann-Sebastian, was born
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  • initials "E. F. R." The Early English Organ Builders and their work Johann Sebastian Bach: his life and writings. Adapted from the German of Hilgenfeldt and
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  • and Musicians edited by George Grove (1900) "Abt, Franz" "Bach" "Bach, Johann Sebastian" "Bach-Gesellschaft" "Bärmann" "Caecilia" ‎ "Chelard, Hippolyte"
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  • And I'll sing you the while a thing to split your sides about Johann Sebastian Bach, the father of music, who had three wives and twenty-two children
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  • Britannica, Volume 3 Bach, Johann Sebastian 1157731911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 3 — Bach, Johann Sebastian BACH, JOHANN SEBASTIAN (1685-1750), German
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  • Ellen Marriage, James Waring, and Katharine Prescott Wormeley Johann Sebastian Bach: His Work and Influence on the Music of Germany, 1685-1750 (3 volumes;
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  • Work (1914) Bach, Johann Sebastian 84346The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach (bäk), Johann Sebastian, one of the
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  • 1720. While a student of law at Leipzig he studied music under Johann Sebastian Bach. In 1741 he went to Berlin, where he studied musical composition
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  • Faculty” in Littell's Living Age, 132 (1703) (February 3, 1877) "Johann-Sebastian Bach" in Encyclopædia Britannica, 9th ed., Vol. III (1878) "Joseph Haydn"
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  • of importance in its day for that instrument. He studied under Johann Sebastian Bach at the Leipzig Thomasschule; played for ten years (1748-1758) under
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  • Studies Johann Sebastian Bach 43640University Musical Encyclopedia, Great Composers: A Series of Biographical Studies — Johann Sebastian Bach For nearly
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  • Death — Critical Estimate of His Work Johann Sebastian Bach The Bach Family — Birth and Boyhood of J. S. Bach — Experience at Arnstadt — Weimar Period
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  • one of them, Johann Sebastian Bach, is one of the great masters of music and the greatest of the Contrapuntal School. Veit Bach was a baker by trade
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  • of Dundee (1905) Bach's Chorals, Vol.I (1915), Vol.II (1917), Vol.III (1921) Johann Sebastian Bach; his life, art, and work, by Johann Nikolaus Forkel
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  • Matteo Babell, William Baccusi, Ippolito Bach Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach Choir, from appendix Bach-Gesellschaft Bach Society Bache, Francis Bache, Walter
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  • Bachs—(1) 'Johann Sebastian Bach,' in 2 vols. (1865)—2nd ed., revised, in 4 vols (1881); (2) 'Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach und Wilhelm Friedemann Bach und
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  • Babylonian Law Bacau Baccarat Bacchanalia Bacchylides Baccio d'Agnolo Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, Karl Philipp Emanuel Bacharach, Yair Bacharach Bachaumont, Louis
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  • Aymara Aymon Baal Babism Babylonish Captivity Bach Bach, Alexander, Baron Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach, Karl Philipp Emanuel Badger State Badghis Badham
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  • EMANUEL (1714-1788), German musician and composer, the third son of Johann Sebastian Bach, was born at Weimar on the 14th of March 1714. When he was ten years
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