Great Composers: "Bach Johann Sebastian" Posted on May 31, 2019May 31, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation Jimmie Allen – Best Shot (Lyric Video)you should start a commonplace book 48 thoughts on “Great Composers: "Bach Johann Sebastian"” karen armstrong full of shit as usual. Reply From about minute 34, this video is kaputt! Reply Bach gave glory to God and God blessed him and gloried His name Reply Practically every measure of any of Bach’s works is a “hit”. Reply Click here for a JOLLY rendition of Bach's Prelude in G played in D, "rambunctiousnessimo":https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wylDbCSx2Bc Reply Excellent sentiment …to take his works to other worlds, but people from other worlds know more of Terra's history that we earthlings do…. i.e., a lot of them do. I do not know how much the Procyonids or Venusians(4th density), or Pleiadians play Bach. People such as Marcel desMarquet who have visited more advanced worlds have not said much about their music. I think Marcel did though. He certainly was overwhelmed with the exquisite beauty there, including huge butterflies, even centaurs. Reply I prefer his music played on a harpsichord. Reply Dogs love Bach…and Perry Como. Hate heavy metel, etc. Reply can someone tell what the piece is at 21.00 please? Reply POST IT COMPLETE OR NOT AT ALL AND DO NOT WASTE OUR TIME …Thanks xoxo 🙂 Reply Someone sum this up for a lazy college student Reply Did no one else notice that the last half of the video isn't there?!? Reply Loved him in Skid Row Reply IF IT WASN'T FOR BACH – THEN BACH COULD NEVER HAVE WRITTEN ALL THAT HE DID !!! Reply Lil Wayne Reply What piece is that? @ 30:46 Reply Anyone knows the piece at 29:28? Is it the same piece at 30:10? Reply Any person who loves music that does not know how to appreciate and has not passed listening to the works of this man is, by far, an ignorant person! To come and listen to Bach's music is a celebration of all music! Reply It's wake up a voice is callingOr auf waken ist shtima ruft(The German is spelled wrong probablyThats how it sounds) Reply Can someone please state the piece at 21:18 ^^ Great documentary- Baroque music is dah bomb. Reply One point made in the documentary was about Bach's influence being very great. Because the "artist as independent hero" idea is so strong, one can forget that the great composers studied harmony and counterpoint and orchestration, etc., just like so many countless others. What makes Bach significant to later composers is his mastery of harmony and counterpoint, and his "best works" might be defined as those which join this mastery to deep emotional expression ("free" if not "romantic"). It seems to me that Bach was a positive influence on later composers in their pursuit of the ballance between the intellectual and emotional in music. Bach has had a performance tradition which was (by definition) contemporary in his lifetime, "early romantic" during that era, "late romantic," then "modernist", and now "period baroque." Bach is surely the most widely arranged composer, from Leopold Stokowski and Elgar, to electronica and jazz. So whatever one's personal opinion of Bach, ot would seem that posterity has spoken. Reply Whats the name of the piece at 2:50? Reply bach , monteverdi and mozarts piano solo wrks.. save europe and the white race NOW!!!! Reply Bach is the greatest musical genius in history. Reply Feel very privalaged to say BACH is my ancestor going through my German blood line. Having such a enormous musical family, I know how much it meant for him, and how much it means to me when I'm producing. I think I owe it all to him! Reply wikipedia:: Music_written_in_all_24_major_and_minor_keysAs early as 1567, Giacomo Gorzanis (c.1520–c.1577) wrote a cycle of 24 passamezzo–saltarello pairs. In 1584, Vincenzo Galilei, the father of the great astronomer Galileo Galilei, wrote a Codex of pieces illustrating the use of all 24 major and minor keys.In 1640, Angelo Bartolotti wrote Libro primo di chitarra spagnola, a cycle of passacaglias that moves through all 24 major and minor keys according to the circle of fifths. Also in 1640, Antonio Carbonchi wrote Sonate di chitarra spagnola con intavolatura franzese for guitar. Reply what song is that at 21:17 it's so pretty! Reply I admire Bach enormously. But the kind of hyperbolic statements made by so-called "experts" on this programme are preposterous. There would not have been a Romantic movement in the 19th century without Bach?! What does that even mean? Bach was one of the greatest composer in the history of Western music. Why isn't that enough? Why must these talking heads make such pompous overstatements? Reply What does the comments say in the beginning? Please help – I am so curious! The biologist said he would send Bach to tell foreign civilizations about us on Earth. But he adds something, and the word "posted" may be wrongly transcribed: I would send the complete works of Johann Sebastian Bach, but that would be posted. *posted*? Reply I thoroughly enjoyed this, up and until 34.40 when it quite suddenly ceased. I thought it was a buffering issue, but now realise its clearly a major problem with video. I echo above sentiments and urge for this to be re-loaded in order that many more can enjoy it also. Reply Mozart would have done the same 😉 Reply lol "Buuhk" ? ^^ more like Bach isnt it ? Reply When I finished this documentary, I went and gave a bear hug to my father. "What is this for?" asked my old man, since we usually don't hug each other. I responded: "For bringing me up into the western civilization in a country with strong oriental influence. Without it, I would not have been able to fully cherish Bach." Thank you my old man! And thank you J. S. Bach for being a cornerstone of our civilization, the western civilization, the greatest civilization ever existed! Reply Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 – I. Aria Reply What is the title of the piece played at 30:04? I love to play that some time… I feels relaxing Reply video broken at 34 minutes. Real bummer. I was enjoying it. Reply Bach is a cole ass nigguh Reply According to my iPhone app, the music at 15:00 is Die Kunst Der Fuge, BMV 1080: Contrapunctus IX. Reply what is the music at 14:58? I've been trying to find the name of that piece for months Reply to live up to 65 in mid 18th century Germany is pretty good, is it not??? Reply any chance 4 a re upload? Reply THAT SUCKS, IT STOPS AT A REALLY GOOD PART! GREAT DOC THOUGH FOR WHAT ITS WORTH Reply AMAZING Reply That's why you read a few of the comments first. Hopefully, that bit of prevention will help you avoid such "disappointing waste[s] of time" in the future. Reply The video is damaged half way to the end. Can you reload? It's been a disappointing waste of time. Too bad. Reply I am not a Bach fan at all , I simply love those passion-full sentences . Reply Audio/ video out at 34:41 Reply me too 🙁 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.