Organ Sheet Music
Compositions by Johann Sebastian Bach
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Biography of Johann Sebastian Bach
Bach, Johann Sebastian. Pupil of his father Johann Ambrosius Bach (violin) and his brother Johann Christoph Bach (clavichord); studied at St. Michael’s, Lüneberg, under Bohm (organ). Organist of St. Boniface’s, Arnstadt, 1703; St. Blasius’, Mühlhausen, 1707; court organist at Weimar, 1708; organist of St. Thomas’, Leipzig, 1723-50; St. Nicholas’, Leipzig, 1723-50. Conductor in Weimar, 1714; to Prince Leopold of Anhalt-Cöthen, 1717; musical director of Leipzig University, 1723; court composer to the Elector of Saxony, 1736; conductor to the Duke of Weissenfels, 1736. Composed church and secular cantatas, motets, oratorios, masses, overtures (suites), concertos, chamber music, organ and clavier works, &c. Son of Johann Ambrosius Bach; brother of Johann Christoph Bach; father of Christoph Friedrich Bach, Johann Christian Bach, Johann Gottfried Bernhard Bach, Karl Philip Emanuel Bach and Friedemann Bach. b. Eisenach, Germany, Mar. 21st, 1685; d. Leipzig, July 28th, 1750.
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|Bach, Johann Sebastian (1685-1750)|
|Aria for the G string
|Pastorale Symphony from the Christmas Oratorio (arr. by W. T. Best)||BE01184||In preparation|