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Johann Sebastian Bach

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Who's Johann Sebastian Bach?
Bach's Parents
Johann Christoph Bach
Bach's uncle
Maria Barbara Bach
1685 - 1750
J. S. Bach Toccata and Fugue in D minor
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Eisenach Germany
Johann Ambrosius Bach
(Bach's father)
Maria Elisabeth Lämmerhirt
(Bach's mother)
Bach's organ
Frauenplan 21, Eisenach, Thuringia
Bach's 1st wife
2nd cousin
7 children
Anna Magdalena
Bach's 2nd wife
Singer
13 children
Buried in St. Thomas Church, Leipzig, Germany.
Cantata: A mighty Fortress Is Our God
Christian Faith
German Lutheran
His christian faith had the most influence in his music.
Would sing in the church choirs, as a kid.
Director and composer at St. Thomas Lutheran Church in Leipzig, Germany.
The majority of his music were composed for the church.
Principal Works
Organ music


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Review Game
2 teams (A and B)
2 people (1 person from each team) competing against each other.
The wheel will spin, a question will appear.
They will answer the question on the board as fast as they can, before the other person.
The winner is the one that answered it first and correctly.
RULES
References
http://www.notablebiographies.com/Ba-Be/Bach-Johann-Sebastian.html
http://www.slideshare.net/kdelille/bach-powerpoint-465148
http://www.baroquemusic.org/bqxjsbach.html
http://www.getintoclassical.com/composers/bach/
http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001925/bio
http://www.ipl.org/div/mushist/bar/bach.html
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Sebastian_Bach#Childhood_.281685.E2.80.931703.29
http://www.baroquemusic.org/bqxjsbach.html
http://www.classicfm.com/discover/music/composers-last-words/bach/
http://www.biography.com/people/johann-sebastian-bach-9194289#synopsis
http://www.lasr.cs.ucla.edu/geoff/prognotes/bach/preludeDmin.stok.html
http://www.dsokids.com/listen/by-composer/johann-sebastian-bach.aspx
http://www.greatkat.com/03/bach.html
http://www.funtrivia.com/en/music/bach-7911.html
http://dictionary.reference.com/
Principal Works: Vocabulary
Passacaglia:
A musical form based on continuous variations over a ground bass.


Cantata:
A choral composition, either sacred and resembling a short oratorio or secular, as a lyric drama set to music but not to be acted.
Motet:
A vocal composition in polyphonic style, on a Biblical or similar prose text, intended for use in a church service.
Suite:
An ordered series of instrumental movements of any character.
Concerto:
A composition for one or more principal instruments, with orchestral accompaniment, now usually in symphonic form.
Sonata:
A composition for one or two instruments, typically in three or four movements in contrasted forms and keys.
Chorale:
A hymn, especially one with strong harmonization or a group of singers specializing in singing church music; choir.
Prelude:
An introductory piece of music, most commonly an orchestral opening to an act of an opera, the first movement of a suite, or a piece preceding a fugue.
Chorale prelude:
A composition usually for the organ that is based on a chorale or other hymn tune and is typically contrapuntal in style.
Toccata:
A musical composition for a keyboard instrument designed to exhibit the performer's touch and technique.
Fantasia:
A composition in fanciful or irregular form or style.
Fugue:
A contrapuntal composition in which a short melody or phrase (the subject) is introduced by one part and successively taken up by others and developed by interweaving the parts.
Sacred vocal works: 200 + church cantatas and 7 + motets.
Secular vocal works : + 20 cantatas
Chamber music: 6 sonatas and partitas, 6 sonatas and 6 suites.
Keyboard music
Orchestral music

Partita:
A suite, typically for a solo instrument or chamber ensemble.

Orchestral Music
Concertos for 1,2,3 and 4 harpsichords
4 orchestral suites
6 Brandenburg Concertos
Concertos for 1 and 2 violins
Keyboard Music
2 volumes of Das wobltemperirte Clavier
6 English Suites (c. 1722)
6 French Suites (c. 1722)
Chromatic Fantasy and Fugue (c. 1720)
Italian Concerto (1735)
Goldberg Variations (1741-42)
Die der Fuge (c.1745-50) ; suites, fugues, capriccios,concertos, inventions and sinfonias.
Organ Music
150+
Chorales preludes
Toccatas
Fantasias
Preludes
Fugues
Passacaglias
Capriccio:
A lively piece of music, typically one that is short and free in form.
Invention:
Is a short composition (usually for a keyboard instrument) with two-part counterpoint.

Sinfonia:
Is italian for "symphony."
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