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Performer: Jeremy Siepmann
Title: The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach
Style: Miscellaneous (Classical)
Duration: 04:34:11
Relesed: April 2, 2002
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6. Trio Sonata for organ No. 1 in E flat major, BWV 525 (BC J1). Jeremy Siepmann. The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts. The great keyboard works with an educational agenda. Italian Concerto, for solo keyboard in F major (Clavier-Übung II/1), BWV 971 (BC L7). 18.

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Although now beloved and revered by millions as the greatest composer who ever lived, Johann Sebastian Bach (1685†1750) was best known in his lifetime as an organist, and was eclipsed in fame as a composer by two of his twenty children. For the last twenty-seven years of his life he was a schoolteacher and choir director whose duties extended to meal supervision and dormitory inspection. Yet throughout his career he composed a vast body of music which is amongst the most joyful, dancing and enrapturing ever written

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Original publication date. Johann Sebastian Bach. Although now beloved and revered by millions as the greatest composer who ever lived, Johann Sebastian Bach was best known in his lifetime as an organist, and was eclipsed in fame, as a composer, by two of his 20 children. For the last 27 years of his life he was a schoolteacher and choir director whose duties extended to meal supervision and dormitory inspection. Yet throughout his career he composed a vast body of music, which is amongst the most joyful, dancing and enrapturing ever written.

Johann Sebastian Bach: His Life, Art, and Work. Johann Sebastian Bach: His Life, Art, and Work is an early 19th-century biography of Johann Sebastian Bach, written in German by Johann Nikolaus Forkel, and later translated by, among others, Charles Sanford Terry. When Forkel published his Ueber Johann Sebastian Bachs Leben, Kunst und Kunstwerke: Für patriotische Verehrer echter musikalischer Kunst in 1802 it was the first biography on the composer published as a separate book.

Johann Sebastian Bach was a great German composer. Check out this biography to know about his childhood, family life, achievements and other facts related to his life. Johann Sebastian Bach was a German composer, born in late seventeen century into a reputed musical family at Eisenach, Germany. He had his early musical training under his father and uncle. He lost both his parents at a young age following which his eldest brother took him into his household and began tutoring him.

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Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
1 Family background and early years Jeremy Siepmann 8:39
2 Capriccio sopra la lotananza del suo fratello dilettissimo, for keyboard in B flat major, BWV 992 (BC L181) Jeremy Siepmann 3:32
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
3 Bach and the organ Jeremy Siepmann 2:02
4 Toccata and Fugue, for organ in D minor, BWV 565 (BC J37) Jeremy Siepmann 10:04
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
5 Bach in trouble Jeremy Siepmann 10:17
6 Trio Sonata for organ No. 1 in E flat major, BWV 525 (BC J1) Jeremy Siepmann 4:54
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
7 Bach the husband and father Jeremy Siepmann 4:11
8 Concerto for 4 harpsichords, strings & continuo in A minor (after Vivaldi, RV 580), BWV 1065 Jeremy Siepmann 3:58
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
9 Bach the young composer Jeremy Siepmann 2:12
10 Prelude and Fugue, for organ in A minor "The Great," BWV 543 (BC J42) Jeremy Siepmann 12:52
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
11 Bach in Weimar (and in jail) Jeremy Siepmann 3:46
Prelude and Fugue, for keyboard No. 8 in E flat minor (WTC I/8), BWV 853 (BC L87)
12 Prelude in E flat minor Jeremy Siepmann 3:19
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
13 Bach leaves Weimar Jeremy Siepmann 0:28
Concerto for violin, strings & continuo No. 2 in E major, BWV 1042
14 Finale Jeremy Siepmann 2:39

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
1 Bach at Cöthen Jeremy Siepmann 2:56
Concerto for 2 violins, strings & continuo in D minor ("Double"), BWV 1043
2 Largo ma non tanto Jeremy Siepmann 6:47
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
3 Bach and the Brandenburgs Jeremy Siepmann 2:35
Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV 1050
4 Allegro Jeremy Siepmann 9:20
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
5 From grief to joy through faith Jeremy Siepmann 1:27
Mass in B minor, for soloists, chorus & orchestra, BWV 232 (BC E1)
6 Et resurrexit Jeremy Siepmann 4:38
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
7 New beginnings: Bach remarries and his family grows Jeremy Siepmann 2:09
Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068
8 No. 2, Aria in G major Jeremy Siepmann 3:46
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
9 Goldberg Variations and Anna Magdalena's Notebook Jeremy Siepmann 0:51
10 Bist du bei mir, aria arranged for voice & continuo (after Gottfried Stölzel), BWV 508 Jeremy Siepmann 2:25
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
11 Domestic happiness and the move to Leipzig Jeremy Siepmann 4:16
Magnificat, for 5 voices, 5-part chorus, orchestra & continuo in D major, BWV 243 (BC E14)
12 Excerpt Jeremy Siepmann 3:15
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
13 Bach's duties at Leipzig Jeremy Siepmann 4:48
Cantata No. 80, "Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott," BWV 80 (BC A183)
14 Duetto Jeremy Siepmann 3:44
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
15 Bach the teacher Jeremy Siepmann 7:00
16 Three-Part Invention (Sinfonia), for keyboard No. 5 in E flat major, BWV 791 (BC L46) Jeremy Siepmann 2:46
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
17 The great keyboard works with an educational agenda Jeremy Siepmann 0:16
Italian Concerto, for solo keyboard in F major (Clavier-Übung II/1), BWV 971 (BC L7)
18 Last movement Jeremy Siepmann 3:28
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
19 A letter to the King Jeremy Siepmann 2:26
Cantata No. 147, "Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben," BWV 147 (BC A174)
20 Part 2 (No. 10 overall), Jesu bleibt meine Freude Jeremy Siepmann 4:25

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
1 Bach takes up the poet's pen Jeremy Siepmann 2:45
Partita for keyboard No. 1 in B flat major, BWV 825 (BC L1)
2 Courante Jeremy Siepmann 3:01
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
3 Bach's frustration at Leipzig Jeremy Siepmann 4:01
4 Singet dem Herrn ein neues Lied, motet for chorus, BWV 225 (BC C1) Jeremy Siepmann 4:50
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
5 Frustrations intensify Jeremy Siepmann 3:25
St. John Passion (Johannespassion), BWV 245 (BC D2)
6 Opening chorus Jeremy Siepmann 8:30
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
7 Bach's efforts to leave Leipzig Jeremy Siepmann 6:12
Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 in F major, BWV 1046
8 Allegro Jeremy Siepmann 3:52
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
9 The King of Poland's jubilee Jeremy Siepmann 2:07
Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068
10 No. 2, Air Jeremy Siepmann 6:18
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
11 The Ernesti affair Jeremy Siepmann 9:05
Prelude and Fugue, for organ in D major ("Little"), BWV 532 (BC J13, 54, 70)
12 Prelude Jeremy Siepmann 5:30
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
13 Adolf Scheibe's scathing views on Bach Jeremy Siepmann 3:05
Concerto for 3 harpsichords, strings & continuo in C major, BWV 1064
14 Finale Jeremy Siepmann 4:26

Track List - Disc 4

Title/Composer Performer Time
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
1 Bach and opera Jeremy Siepmann 2:29
Cantata No. 211, "Schweigt stille, plaudert nicht," (Coffee Cantata), BWV 211 (BC G48)
2 Excerpts Jeremy Siepmann 7:40
Cantata No. 212, "Mer hahn en neue Oberkeet," (Peasant Cantata), BWV 212 (BC G32)
3 Excerpts Jeremy Siepmann 15:42
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
4 The twilight years Jeremy Siepmann 4:57
Die Kunst der Fuge (The Art of the Fugue), for keyboard (or other instruments), BWV 1080
5 Contrapunctus 13, 17-19 Jeremy Siepmann 3:00
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
6 Bach's visit to Frederick the Great Jeremy Siepmann 10:33
The Musical Offering (Musikalisches Opfer), for keyboard and chamber instruments, BWV 1079
7 Excerpts Jeremy Siepmann 6:07
The Life and Works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Narration with Musical Excerpts
8 Decline and death Jeremy Siepmann 8:04
Mass in B minor, for soloists, chorus & orchestra, BWV 232 (BC E1)
9 Excerpts Jeremy Siepmann 2:21

Credits

Matyas Antal - Conductor
Joseph Banowetz - Piano
Michael Behringer - Harpsichord
Christian Benda - Cello, Flute
Sebastian Benda - Harpsichord
Kolja Blacher - Violin
Christian Brembeck - Conductor
Camerata Budapest - Ensemble
Capella Istropolitana - Ensemble, Orchestra
Corinne Chapelle - Violin
Cologne Chamber Orchestra - Chamber Ensemble
Anna Crookes - Vocals
Oliver von Dohnanyi - Conductor
Monique Duphil - Piano
Hartmut Elbert - Vocals
Istvan Gati - Vocals
Nicholas Gedge - Vocals
Gerald Hambitzer - Harpsichord
Robert Hill - Harpsichord
Bertalan Hock - Organ
Christian Hommel - Oboe
Hungarian Radio Chorus - Choir/Chorus
Alexander Jablokov - Violin
Jenö Jandó - Piano
Karl Kaiser - Flute
Ingrid Kertesi - Soprano (Vocal), Vocals
Marina Koppelstetter - Vocals
László Kovács - Conductor
Elisabeth Kufferath - Violin
Eva Morsbach - Recorder
József Mukk - Vocals
Helmut Müller-Brühl - Conductor
Judit Nemeth - Vocals
Takako Nishizaki - Violin
Christoph Anselm Noll - Harpsichord
Renée Ohldin - Violin
Christine Pichlmeir - Violin
Winfried Rademacher - Violin
Timothy Robinson - Vocals
Daniel Rothert - Recorder
Wolfgang Rubsam - Organ, Piano
Markus Schafer - Vocals
Faridah Schäfer-Subrata - Vocals
Schola Cantorum of Oxford - Choir/Chorus
Scholars Baroque Ensemble - Ensemble
Nadja Schubert - Recorder
Jürgen Schuster - Trumpet
Janos Sebestyen - Piano
Roderick Shaw - Harpsichord
Jeremy Siepmann - Narrator, Primary Artist
Ruth Sillers - Spoken Word
Slovak Philharmonic Choir - Choir/Chorus
Lisa Stewart - Violin
Jeremy Summerly - Choir Master
Caroline Trevor - Vocals
Friderike Wagner - Vocals
Nicholas Ward - Conductor
Jayne Whitaker - Vocals
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