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Category Archives: J.S Bach
Mischa Maisky plays Bach’s Cello Suite on his beautiful 18th century Cello. I don’t know where Mr. Maisky is playing here, but it’s a very attractive setting. Advertisements
Painting of Air on the G String, by EdwardianPiano. Metallic and acrylic paints on canvas.
Wim Winters plays J.S.Bach: English Suite n°3 in G Minor, BWV 808 on the clavichord The six English suites of Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), of which you hear in this recording the third one, would have been written around 1715. … Continue reading
J.S. Bach: Sonate Nr. 2 für Violine und obligates Cembalo BWV 1015: Largo Jonas Zschenderlein, Barockvioline Alexander von Heißen, Cembalo
The J.S Bach Homepage A website dedicated to the great J.S Bach. It includes his biography, portraits and literature, and a list of his works and recommended recordings. http://www.jsbach.org/
Catrin Finch, harpist, plays the first Goldberg Variation by J.S Bach Beautiful! I attended one of Catrin’s concerts last year- she is excellent.
Anna Magdalena Bach- composer? Martin Jarvis, professor of music at Charles Darwin University in Australia, claims some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s best-loved works were actually written by his wife. By Hannah Furness. Forensic analysis of some of Johann Sebastian Bach’s … Continue reading