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[97] Approximately 200 of these sacred works are extant, an estimated two thirds of the total number of church cantatas he composed. Bach wrote virtuoso music for specific instruments as well as music independent of instrumentation. Hij schreef eigenlijk alle soort muziekstukken die in zijn tijd bestonden behalve opera's. Geck, Martin, translated by Bell, Anthea (2003). They acquitted Geyersbach with a minor reprimand and ordered Bach to be more moderate regarding the musical qualities he expected from his students. Bach was dissatisfied with the standard of singers in the choir. [90] Becoming blind, Bach underwent eye surgery, in March 1750 and again in April, by the British eye surgeon John Taylor, a man widely understood today as a charlatan and believed to have blinded hundreds of people. J. C. Bach exposed him to the works of great composers of the day, including South German composers such as Johann Pachelbel (under whom Johann Christoph had studied) and Johann Jakob Froberger; North German composers;[5] Frenchmen, such as Jean-Baptiste Lully, Louis Marchand, and Marin Marais; and the Italian clavierist Girolamo Frescobaldi. For example, The Well-Tempered Clavier comprises two books, each of which presents a prelude and fugue in every major and minor key, displaying a dizzying variety of structural, contrapuntal and fugal techniques.[104]. Bach sävelsi kaikkia … [114] Bach was less moved. The prince was a Calvinist and did not use elaborate music in his worship; accordingly, most of Bach's work from this period was secular,[44] including the orchestral suites, cello suites, sonatas and partitas for solo violin, and Brandenburg Concertos. From 1703 he was back in Thuringia, working as a musician for Protestant churches in Arnstadt and Mühlhausen and, for longer stretches of time, at courts in Weimar, where he expanded his organ repertory, and Köthen, where he was mostly engaged with chamber music. Bach wrote for organ and for stringed keyboard instruments such as harpsichord, clavichord and lute-harpsichord. [62], Bach's predecessor as cantor, Johann Kuhnau, had also been music director for the Paulinerkirche, the church of Leipzig University. On 2 June, Heinrich von Brühl wrote to one of the Leipzig burgomasters to request that his music director, Johann Gottlob Harrer, fill the Thomaskantor and Director musices posts "upon the eventual ... decease of Mr. [40] Bach's first Christmas cantata, Christen, ätzet diesen Tag, BWV 63, was premiered in 1714 or 1715. (31 March 1685 N.S.). The prefects also aided with musical instruction. Felix Mendelssohn significantly contributed to the renewed interest in Bach's work with his 1829 Berlin performance of the St Matthew Passion, which was instrumental in setting off what has been called the Bach Revival. [147] Many of the secular cantatas were lost, but for some of them the text and occasion are known, for instance when Picander later published their librettos (e.g. Maak een account of meld je aan. Johann Sebastian krijgt al op zeer jonge leeftijd van zijn vader Johann Ambrosius Bach vioolles. [100][101] He had taught Luther's Small Catechism as the Thomaskantor in Leipzig, and some of his pieces represent it. [184] A new generation of Bach aficionados emerged: they studiously collected and copied his music, including some of his large-scale works such as the Mass in B minor and performed it privately. He is known for instrumental compositions such as the Brandenburg Concertos and the Goldberg Variations, and vocal music such as the St Matthew Passion and the Mass in B minor. This was one of the dozens of private societies in the major German-speaking cities that were established by musically active university students; these societies had become increasingly important in public musical life and were typically led by the most prominent professionals in a city. [182], The first decades of the 19th century saw an increasing number of first publications of Bach's music: Breitkopf started publishing chorale preludes,[196] Hoffmeister harpsichord music,[197] and the Well-Tempered Clavier was printed concurrently by Simrock (Germany), Nägeli (Switzerland) and Hoffmeister (Germany and Austria) in 1801. Bach's appointment as Court Composer was an element of his long-term struggle to achieve greater bargaining power with the Leipzig council. [183], While in Leipzig, performances of Bach's church music were limited to some of his motets, and under cantor Doles some of his Passions. Later church cantatas include the chorale cantatas Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott, BWV 80 (final version)[142] and Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme, BWV 140. [96] Together with one of the composer's former students, Johann Friedrich Agricola, the son also wrote the obituary ("Nekrolog"), which was published in Mizler's Musikalische Bibliothek [de], the organ of the Society of Musical Sciences, in 1754. Als hij in de kerk begon te spelen, dan improviseerde hij vaak maar wat. Deze pagina is voor het laatst bewerkt op 18 apr 2020 om 23:59. The cantata cycle of his second year in Leipzig is called the chorale cantata cycle as it consists mainly of works in the chorale cantata format. In Leipzig, as had happened during some of his earlier positions, he had difficult relations with his employer, a situation that was little remedied when he was granted the title of court composer by his sovereign, Augustus, Elector of Saxony and King of Poland, in 1736. Hij componeerde voornamelijk muziek voor de kerk. Since the 19th-century Bach Revival, he has been generally regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time. The first edition of the catalogue listed 1,080 surviving compositions indisputably composed by Bach. Eveneens op zeer jonge leeftijd leerde Johann Sebastian Bach orgelspelen in de grootste plaatselijke kerk St. George, waar hij ook gedoopt was. Had me erg verheugd op dit boek. By 3 April 1700, Bach and his schoolfriend Georg Erdmann—who was two years Bach's elder—were enrolled in the prestigious St. Michael's School in Lüneburg, some two weeks' travel north of Ohrdruf. Johann Sebastian Bach[a] (31 March [O.S. Within a few weeks this music was published as The Musical Offering and dedicated to Frederick. [54], Johann Kuhnau had been Thomaskantor in Leipzig from 1701 until his death on 5 June 1722. For instance, the sonatas and partitas for solo violin are considered the pinnacle of what has been written for this instrument, only within reach of accomplished players. 22–23, Helmut Rilling's box set of the complete secular cantatas, "18th Century Quotes on J.S. His collaboration with Picander for the St Matthew Passion libretto is best known, but there was a similar process in achieving a multi-layered structure for his St John Passion libretto a few years earlier. [17] Later research has called into question whether the remains in the grave are actually those of Bach. Thus, for instance, the aforementioned Mass for double chorus became BWV Anh. [188][189] Beethoven played the entire Well-Tempered Clavier by the time he was 11 and described Bach as Urvater der Harmonie (progenitor of harmony). Four-part harmonies predate Bach, but he lived during a time when modal music in Western tradition was largely supplanted in favour of the tonal system. Johann Sebastian Bach, (born March 21 [March 31, New Style], 1685, Eisenach, Thuringia, Ernestine Saxon Duchies [Germany]—died July 28, 1750, Leipzig), composer of the Baroque era, the most celebrated member of a large family of north German musicians.Although he was admired by his contemporaries primarily as an outstanding harpsichordist, organist, and expert on organ building, Bach … [40] Of the more than 300 cantatas which Bach composed in Leipzig, over 100 have been lost to posterity. [17] He came into contact with sons of aristocrats from northern Germany who were sent to the highly selective school to prepare for careers in other disciplines. [15][16] He received valuable teaching from his brother, who instructed him on the clavichord. He also often copied and arranged his own music (e.g. He died of complications after eye surgery in 1750 at the age of 65. Late one evening this student, named Geyersbach, went after Bach with a stick. Bach-Gesellschaft Ausgabe (Bach, Johann Sebastian) Neue Bach-Ausgabe (Bach, Johann Sebastian) A. L'Album des douze (Hansen, Nikolaj) Album for Violin and Harmonium (Hansen, Nikolaj) Album für das einhändige Klavierspiel (Hochstetter, Cäsar) Album klassischer Stücke für Violine (Rundnagel, Carl) Johann Sebastian Bach had het altijd druk. True harmony is the interweaving of several melodies, which emerge now in the upper, now in the middle, and now in the lower parts. Johann Sebastian Bach (Eisenach, 21 maart 1685 – Leipzig, 28 juli 1750) was een Duitse componist uit de barokke periode. In addition to singing in the choir, he played the school's three-manual organ and harpsichords. "[20] Although the complete mass was never performed during the composer's lifetime, it is considered to be among the greatest choral works in history. [83] In May 1747, Bach visited the court of King Frederick II of Prussia in Potsdam. Zo zijn er ook de Johannes Passion, de Marcus Passion en de Lucas Passion. [5] Apparently on his own initiative, Bach attended St. Michael's School in Lüneburg for two years. Hij combineerde veel verschillende soorten muziek waarmee hij veel componisten na hem inspireerde. He wrote extensively for organ and for other keyboard instruments. While in Lüneburg, Bach had access to St. John's Church and possibly used the church's famous organ from 1553, since it was played by his organ teacher Georg Böhm. Bach trouwde in zijn leven twee keer en kreeg twintig kinderen. Hunting Cantata). [39] The first three cantatas in the new series Bach composed in Weimar were Himmelskönig, sei willkommen, BWV 182, for Palm Sunday, which coincided with the Annunciation that year; Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen, BWV 12, for Jubilate Sunday; and Erschallet, ihr Lieder, erklinget, ihr Saiten! The most important member of the family, his genius combined outstanding performing musicianship with supreme creative powers in which forceful and original inventiveness, technical mastery and intellectual control are perfectly balanced. Hence harmony becomes no longer a mere accompaniment of melody, but rather a potent agency for augmenting the richness and expressiveness of musical conversation. The melody of the concluding chorale often appears as a cantus firmus in the opening movement. [207] Several 20th-century composers referred to Bach or his music, for example Eugène Ysaÿe in Six Sonatas for solo violin, Dmitri Shostakovich in 24 Preludes and Fugues and Heitor Villa-Lobos in Bachianas Brasileiras. Peter Williams, John Butt,[208] Bach's motets (BWV 225–231) are pieces on sacred themes for choir and continuo, with instruments playing colla parte. 3 in G minor for viola da gamba and harpsichord BWV 1029 performed by John Michel, Continuo instruments moving to the front (here performed on cello and piano), A strictly contrapuntal composition (the two violins playing in canon throughout) in the guise of an Italian type of concerto, Analysis of the counterpoint of the chorale prelude, The images of this video show the intertwining of melodies and motives, including the melody of the chorale ", performed by Solomija Drozd (voice), Petro Titiajev (violin) and Ivan Ostapovych (organ). Some of his larger works, such as Clavier-Übung II and IV, are intended for a harpsichord with two manuals: performing them on a keyboard instrument with a single manual (like a piano) may present technical difficulties for the crossing of hands. Bach absorbed these stylistic aspects in part by transcribing Vivaldi's string and wind concertos for harpsichord and organ; many of these transcribed works are still regularly performed. [203] By that time, Bach was known as the first of the three Bs in music. All kinds of publications involved Bach: not only were there the Bach Jahrbuch publications of the Neue Bachgesellschaft, various other biographies and studies by among others Albert Schweitzer, Charles Sanford Terry, Alfred Dürr, Christoph Wolff. Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer and musician of the Baroque period. Bach Reception in a Late Twentieth-Century Dutch Composition by Elmer Schönberger", Koninklijke Vereniging voor Nederlandse Muziekgeschiedenis, Bach-Edition: The Complete Works (172 CDs & CDR), "JS Bach is the greatest composer of all time, say today's leading composers for BBC Music Magazine", "Are the alleged remains of Johann Sebastian Bach authentic? Geboren: 21 maart 1685, Eisenach (Duitsland) 11–12). David Goode performs the complete organ works of Johann Sebastian Bach on the renowned Metzler Söhne organ of Trinity College Chapel, Cambridge, in a new a set spanning 16 CDs and over 17 hours and 40 minutes of music. He also programmed and adapted music by composers of a younger generation, including Pergolesi (BWV 1083)[80] and his own students such as Goldberg (BNB I/G/2). After this, in 1725, Bach "lost interest" in working even for festal services at the Paulinerkirche and appeared there only on "special occasions". In church music, Italian composers had imitated the operatic vocal style in genres such as the Neapolitan mass. [164][120] He wrote sonatas for a solo instrument such as the viola de gamba accompanied by harpsichord or continuo, as well as trio sonatas (two instruments and continuo). "justifiably considered among Bach's finest contributions", writes Nicholas Anderson in Boyd, Ed., 1999, "Especially in its opening chorus, it is one of Bach's contrapuntal masterpieces": Robin A. Leaver in Boyd, ed., 1999, "one of Bach's best-known church works" wrote David Schulenberg in Boyd, ed., 1999, Johann Sebastian Bach. After his death, Bach's reputation as a composer at first declined: his work was regarded as old-fashioned compared to the emerging galant style. Forkel, Bach's first biographer, gives this description of this feature of Bach's music, which sets it apart from most other music:[123].mw-parser-output .templatequote{overflow:hidden;margin:1em 0;padding:0 40px}.mw-parser-output .templatequote .templatequotecite{line-height:1.5em;text-align:left;padding-left:1.6em;margin-top:0}. In zijn tijd was hij vooral bekend als organist, maar nu is hij een van de beroemdste componisten aller tijden. Some months later Bach upset his employer by a prolonged absence from Arnstadt: after obtaining leave for four weeks, he was absent for around four months in 1705–1706 to visit the organist and composer Dieterich Buxtehude in the northern city of Lübeck. [190] Bach's influence was felt in the next generation of early Romantic composers. [195] In 1805, Abraham Mendelssohn, who had married one of Itzig's granddaughters, bought a substantial collection of Bach manuscripts that had come down from C. P. E. Bach, and donated it to the Berlin Sing-Akademie. maar een paar daarvan of helemaal geen 1 is 'helaas' niet uitgegeven. Bach exploited the capabilities of an instrument to the fullest while keeping the core of such music independent of the instrument on which it is performed. Bach also started work on the Little Organ Book in Weimar, containing traditional Lutheran chorale tunes set in complex textures. Bach's known preoccupation with structure led (peaking around the 1970s) to various numerological analyses of his compositions, although many such over-interpretations were later rejected, especially when wandering off into symbolism-ridden hermeneutics. [32] Later the same year, their first child, Catharina Dorothea, was born, and Maria Barbara's elder, unmarried sister joined them. [210][211][212], Bach's music features three times—more than that of any other composer—on the Voyager Golden Record, a gramophone record containing a broad sample of the images, common sounds, languages, and music of Earth, sent into outer space with the two Voyager probes. [128] Schmieder largely followed the Bach-Gesellschaft-Ausgabe, a comprehensive edition of the composer's works that was produced between 1850 and 1900. According to his obituary, Bach would have composed five year-cycles of sacred cantatas, and additional church cantatas for weddings and funerals, for example. [129], BWV 1081–1126 were added to the catalogue in the second half of the 20th century, and BWV 1127 and higher were still later additions.[130][131][132]. Bach's compositions include hundreds of cantatas, both sacred and secular. Also during this time, he was taught theology, Latin, Greek, French, and Italian at the local gymnasium.[17]. [97], From an early age, Bach studied the works of his musical contemporaries of the Baroque period and those of prior generations, and those influences were reflected in his music. Johann Sebastian Bach: Complete Organ Works. "The Libretto of Bach's John Passion and the Doctrine of Reconciliation: An Historical Perspective", pp. In this sense, it is no surprise that Bach's music is easily and often performed on instruments it was not necessarily written for, that it is transcribed so often, and that his melodies turn up in unexpected places such as jazz music. Bach usually led performances of his cantatas, most of which were composed within three years of his relocation to Leipzig. Chorale "Zion hört die Wächter singen", Prelude No. [25] In August 1703, he became the organist at the New Church,[26] with light duties, a relatively generous salary, and a new organ tuned in a temperament that allowed music written in a wider range of keys to be played. [65], Bach broadened his composing and performing beyond the liturgy by taking over, in March 1729, the directorship of the Collegium Musicum, a secular performance ensemble started by Telemann. [53] Bach frequently disagreed with his employer, Leipzig's city council, which he regarded as "penny-pinching". Thus, his reputation as a composer was initially mostly limited to his keyboard music, and that even fairly limited to its value in music education. Between 1737 and 1739, Bach's former pupil Carl Gotthelf Gerlach held the directorship of the Collegium Musicum. [citation needed], Despite strong family connections and a musically enthusiastic employer, tension built up between Bach and the authorities after several years in the post. Ieder jaar wordt met Goede Vrijdag de Mattheus Passion gespeeld. His uncles were church organists, court musicians and composers. "perhaps the most admired of Bach's compositions presumed to date from before his appointment in Weimar (1708)", David Schulenburg in Boyd, ed., 1999. The St John Passion saw its 19th-century premiere in 1833, and the first performance of the Mass in B minor followed in 1844. [6][7] Bach's health and vision declined in 1749, and he died on 28 July 1750. Familie Bach Het was een drukke boel bij de familie Bach aangezien Johann Sebastian opgroeide met vier oudere broers - Johann Rudolf (1670-1670), Johann Christoph (1671-1721), Johann Baltasar (1673-1691), Johann Jonas (1675-1685) en Johann Jacob (1682-1722) - en twee oudere zussen - Maria Salome (1677-1728) en Johanna Juditha (1680-1686) -. In his own time, Bach's reputation equalled that of Telemann, Graun and Handel. [102] The Lutheran chorale was the basis of much of his work. [179][180][181] Several students of the old master, such as his son-in-law Johann Christoph Altnickol, Johann Friedrich Agricola, Johann Kirnberger, and Johann Ludwig Krebs, contributed to the dissemination of his legacy. Johann Sebastian Bach (Eisenach, 21 maart 1685 - Leipzig, 28 juli 1750) was een Duits organist, componist, violist en dirigent van barokmuziek.Hij wordt gezien als een van de meest belangrijke componisten uit de gehele geschiedenis van de klassieke muziek. While by the end of the 19th century Bach had been inscribed in nationalism and religious revival, the late 20th century saw Bach as the subject of a secularised art-as-religion (Kunstreligion). Dat is het lijdensverhaal van Jezus Christus. The Schübler Chorales, a set of six chorale preludes transcribed from cantata movements Bach had composed some two decades earlier, were published within a year. Dat klonk goed, maar veel van die spontane orgelstukken zijn niet opgeschreven. After leaving Weimar, Bach wrote less for organ, although some of his best-known works (the six Organ Sonatas, the German Organ Mass in Clavier-Übung III from 1739, and the Great Eighteen Chorale Preludes, revised late in his life) were composed after leaving Weimar. [133][134][135] Shorter oratorios are the Easter Oratorio and the Ascension Oratorio. [218], In 2019, Bach was named the greatest composer of all time in a poll conducted among 174 living composers. A significant development in the later part of the 20th century was the momentum gained by the historically informed performance practice, with forerunners such as Nikolaus Harnoncourt acquiring prominence by their performances of Bach's music. In the last years of his life, Bach revised several of his prior compositions. [citation needed], "Bach" redirects here. 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