Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 1002 Double from Violin Partita No 1 by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 1002 Double from Violin Partita No 1 by Johann Sebastian Bach. Arranged by Andrés Segovia (1893-1987) Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, organist, harpsichordist, violist, and violinist whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra, and solo instruments drew together the strands of the Baroque period and brought it to its ultimate maturity.

BWV 996 Allemande by Andres Segovia

BWV 996 Allemande by Andrés Segovia (1893-1987) Andrés Segovia was a virtuoso Spanish classical guitarist from Linares, Jaén, Andalucia, Spain. He is widely considered to be one of the best known and most influential classical guitar personalities of the 20th century, having a considerable influence on later guitarists, particularly because of important guitar works that …

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BWV 297 O Highest God O Our Dear Lord by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 297 O Highest God O Our Dear Lord by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice …

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BWV 405 O How Blessed Ye Are Ye Faithful by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 405 O How Blessed Ye Are Ye Faithful by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice …

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BWV 658 From God I Will Not Depart by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 658 From God I Will Not Depart by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. …

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BWV 78 From Thy Sleep Awake Thee by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 78 From Thy Sleep Awake Thee by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. And, …

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BWV 385 Now Let Us Beg True Faith of The Holy Ghost by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 385 Now Let Us Beg True Faith of The Holy Ghost by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” …

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BWV 272 Praise God Our Lord by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 272 Praise God Our Lord by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. And, by …

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BWV 448 The Last Hour of My Life by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 448 The Last Hour of My Life by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. …

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BWV 74 Come To Me Says Gods Son by Johann Sebastian Bach

BWV 74 Come To Me Says Gods Son by Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) In the early 1700s, Bach’s chorales enchanted listeners with their inventive harmonies, chromaticism, contrapuntal motion, and changes of tonal center. Since that time, music students the world over have studied the chorales as a paragon of “common practice” harmony and voice leading. …

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