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Johann Christoph Bach (baptised 18 December 1642 – 31 March 1703) was a German composer and organist of the Baroque period. He was born at Arnstadt, the son of Heinrich Bach, Johann Sebastian Bach's first cousin once removed and the first cousin of . Bach's father, Johann Ambrosius Bach. He was also the uncle of Maria Barbara Bach, J. S. Bach's first wife and second cousin. Johann Christoph married Maria Elisabeth Wiedemann in 1667
Johann Christoph Bach (16 June 1671 – 22 February 1721) was a musician of the Bach family. He was the eldest of the brothers of Johann Sebastian Bach who survived childhood. Johann Christoph was born in Erfurt in June 1671, a few months before the family moved to Eisenach, where Johann Sebastian was born fourteen years later as the last child. In 1686 Johann Christoph was sent to Erfurt to study under Johann Pachelbel for the next three years
Johann Christoph Bach (organist at Ohrdruf). Redirected from Johann Christoph Bach (1671-1721)). Johann Christoph Bach (16 June 1671 – 22 February 1721) was a musician of the Bach family.
In discussing Bach's musical beginnings Wolff stresses the role of Bach's brother Christoph in teaching him clavier, and mentions two manuscript anthogies of keyboard music compiled by Christoph, now known as the Andreas Bach Book and the Moller Manuscript. They contain music by - among others - Buxtehude,Lully, Marais and Albinoni and represent, according to Wolff 'the most important extant German manuscript collection of keyboard music from around 1700. Riccardo Nughes wrote (November 29, 2003): < Also, which biography of Bach could members recommend? . olff, . Bach the learned musician. Nessie Russel wrote (November 29, 2003): I second Riccardo's recommendation of the Christoph Wolff book. I also enjoy Glenn Gould's recordings. Do you have any of Bach's harpsichord concertos?
This album has an average beat per minute of 72 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 68/76 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Orgelwerke auf der großen Silbermann-Orgel im Dom zu Freiberg. Recent albums by Johann Sebastian Bach.
Bach - Praeludium BWV 532, BWV 549, BWV 539, BWV 547, Triosonate N. BWV 528Fuge BWV 576 - Christoph Albrecht Silbermann-Orgel organ Orgue, Crostau, Fontana 894 125 ZKY. Done. Taken on July 28, 2014.
Album · 2017 · 16 Songs. Prelude and Fugue, BWV 545: No. 2, Fugue. By Johann Sebastian Bach. 6 Organ Sonatas, Op. 65, No. 6 in D Minor, MWV W61. By Felix Mendelssohn.
|A1||Präludium Und Fuge D-Dur BWV 532|
|A2||Präludium Und Fuge C-Moll BWV 549|
|A3||Präludium Und Fuge D-Moll BWV 539|
|B1||Triosonate Nr. 4 E-Moll BWV 528|
|B1a||Adagio - Vivace|
|B1c||Un Poco Allegro|
|B2||Fuge G-Dur BWV 576|
|B3||Präludium Und Fuge C-Dur BWV 547|
- Record Company – VEB Deutsche Schallplatten Berlin
- Recorded At – Kirche Zu Crostau
- Composed By – Johann Sebastian Bach
- Design [Gestaltung] – Semder*
- Liner Notes – Jürgen Beythien
- Organ [Silbermannorgel Zu Crostau] – Christoph Albrecht
- Photography By – GFF Dresden
|8 25 759||Bach* – Christoph Albrecht||Bach* – Christoph Albrecht - Bachs Orgelwerke Auf Silbermannorgeln 8 (LP, Album, RP)||ETERNA||8 25 759||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1985|
|8 20 759||Johann Sebastian Bach, Christoph Albrecht||Johann Sebastian Bach, Christoph Albrecht - Christoph Albrecht An Der Silbermannorgel Zu Crostau (LP)||ETERNA||8 20 759||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1970|
|894 125 ZKY||Johann Sebastian Bach, Christoph Albrecht||Johann Sebastian Bach, Christoph Albrecht - Christoph Albrecht An Der Silbermannorgel Zu Crostau (LP)||Fontana||894 125 ZKY||Netherlands||1968|
|8 25 759||Bach* − Christoph Albrecht||Bach* − Christoph Albrecht - Christoph Albrecht An Der Silbermannorgel Zu Crostau (LP, Album, RP)||ETERNA||8 25 759||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1974|
|8 25 759||Bach*, Christoph Albrecht||Bach*, Christoph Albrecht - Bachs Orgelwerke Auf Silbermannorgeln 8: Christoph Albrecht An Der Silbermannorgel Zu Crostau (LP, Album, RE, Bla)||ETERNA||8 25 759||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1971|