10 Favorite Baroque Composers Posted on May 30, 2019May 30, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Rasputin-Boney M. (Lyrics)i read only romance books for a week ✨ weekly reading vlog: 009 20 thoughts on “10 Favorite Baroque Composers” dog Reply Richard Jones – First Set In D Minor – Toccatta 0:00Carlos de Seixas – Organ Sonata #76 In A Minor, Organ Sonata #22 In A Minor 2:47Antonio Soler – Sonata 56, 69 12:34Jacques DuPhly 22:38Antonio Vivaldi 31:55Johann Adolf Hasse 37:25Alessandro Scarlatti 47:56Johann Sebastian Bach – BWV 914 Toccata e-moll 55:56Domenico Scarlatti 1:02:51Georg Friedrich Händel 1:11:21 Reply 53:20 Reply Ótima seleção! Parabéns. Reply Great list. But, I would add J. B. Lully and Tomaso Albinoni. Reply 1. Lully2. Purcell3. Rameau 4. Blow5. Handel6. Bach7. Mozart8. Vivaldi9. d'Anglebert10. Hm. Actually, these are all baroque composers I listen Reply Echt persönlicher Geschmack, aber keine Beschwerde über Bach, Händel, Vivaldi und D. Scarlatti. Reply I love Reply 1.Bach2.Vivaldi3.HandelThis order will never change but I still have to listen other baroque composers…Telemann, Buxtehude, Corelli, Scarlatti…Please let me know other ones. Reply If you knew a little more Seixas, your opinion changed soon, believe me, you would want to put it in 3rd or 4th. Reply 34:11 37:24 Reply They are both Number 1.When I'm outside, in open air, surrounded by many people, then my favorite is Händel.When I'm inside, all by myself, Bach is the only choice. Reply no tinc ni idea perque m'han recomenat aquest video de coses rares Reply 素晴らしい曲と演奏です。Immaculate work！ Reply richard jones? wut the wut?he must b the baroque era, 1 hit wonder Reply THE MUSIC 3/5 GOD JESUS 3/5; THE MUSIC 8/17 TISHBITE 8/17; music 6 Christ 6, Elijah 6; Music 5/8 Jesus 5, Tishbite 8; THE music 15 ELIJAH 15; The Music 14 Elijah Tishbite 14; The music 12 Elijah 12; MUS.IC. MUS-Muse, IC-Christ. Christ is the muse. These are the numbers of letters and sides of the divine names and the definition, through which the music is created. Reply My baroque Top 10 1. Bach2. Handel3. Vivaldi4. Telemann5. Pachelbel6. Pergolesi7. Albinoni8. Purcell9. Corelli10.Marcello Reply Bach is the least interesting in this list… Reply 59:20 that finna bust my nut Reply Videonun Perde Arkasi http://youtubem.video/r/?vfryifNbNqDiIZv=lOhf89rDE5bn0yzV5GwCMmDC3uLotjS6bbB90 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.