Johann Sebastian Bach

 Johann Sebastian Bach

The great composer Johann Sebastian Bach was the first to successfully combine all the regional colors of contemporary music in Western Europe. Combining the best of the traditions of Swat, French and German music, he tied them all together. He did not achieve much fame in his life. Bach was ignored for fifty years after his term.
In the last one and a half years, it has got its rightful place and status. Today, he is considered one of the two greatest musicians in history. On the contrary, a group of people consider him the greatest musician in the world.
Bach was born in 1685 in the German town of Eschnach. It was his good fortune that he was born into an environment where he appreciated the essence of music.
Proficiency in music was encouraged.
Long before the birth of John Sebastiani, the Bach family had achieved great heights in the field of music. His father was a great Allen Nawaz. His two uncles were talented musicians. While many of his cousins ​​had fought big battles in the field of music.
He died in November when his mother died. At the age of ten, he became an orphan. In return, he received a scholarship to St. Michael’s School in Leonburg.
One because of Tawas’s great voice and some because he needed someone then. He graduated from St. Michaels in 1702. The following year, he was replaced by a violinist at the banquet. Over the next twenty years, he changed jobs several times. While his real status was as a teacher and musician.
In 1723, at the age of 38, he got a job at St. Anthony’s Church in Leipzig, overseeing the choir. He held the post for the next 27 years. He died in 1750.
Although Bach has never been financially secure and has always had a status. But in his life he has never been as famous as Mozart and Ethiopian (as much as Franzlist or Friedrich Choin).
Nor did its paymasters ever recognize its true essence. The church in Leipzig wanted to hire a high-profile musician. Because he couldn’t hire these musicians, the young man thought he deserved it. He was forced to resign. (On the other hand, a few years ago, when he recommended to the court of the Duke of Weimar to resign from the job of organist and organizer of the drama house, Toddick was so upset with his resignation that he imprisoned him.
Bach spent about three weeks in prison (even the Duke took pity on him).
Bach married his cousin when he was 22 years old. He had eight children. His wife died when he was 35 years old. The following year she remarried. The second wife not only took care of the children with him but also made him the father of thirteen more children. Of these, only the youngest survivors, four of whom became great musicians of their time.
It was a promising family.
Bach had a fertile mind. He wrote three cantatas. Gamki compiled forty-eight sets of fugue and opening songs. His other works include 140 more opening songs, more than 100 harpsichord melodies, 23 concerts, 4 overtures, 33 sonatas, five Sonatas, five Masses, three religious mysteries, three dramas. Includes melodies of songs and many other melodies.
In all, Bach composed more than eight hundred serious melodies in his life.
Bach was a copyist of Luther’s beliefs and was a fanatic. He wanted to serve the church for his music, while the majority of his melodies are religious. He did not try to find new angles in music. Instead, he brought the prevailing types to the perfection of Kwan.
For almost half a century after his death, his music was largely ignored (it is worth noting that the great musicians of the time, such as Biden, Mozart, and Ethon, praised Bach’s art). Bach’s old-fashioned music was left out. After 1800, Bach’s interest in music resurfaced. After that, his fame and prestige gradually increased.
Today Bach is very popular. Today he is more independent thinker than in his time. It is strange, however, that a musician who two years ago was considered to be the norm in terms of his style and subject matter is now popular all over the world. What is the reason for this popularity?
First of all, Bach is considered to be the strongest man among all the important musicians. He knew the rhythms of the music of his time and was compelled to use them skillfully.
For example, some musicians later found themselves at the “counterpoint” of ragas. Moreover, his melodies were admirable due to the logic of the composition and the universality of the themes.
For serious students of music, the depth and complexity of Bach’s melodies is of more interest than the comprehensible melodies of other musicians.
For those who have a keen interest in music, Bach is a difficult musician. However, it is important to note that the number of admirers is not limited. His records sell well over other prominent musicians besides Ethon. (Overall, compared to the musicians who made a fuss for a while, but over time, their fame flowed like a foam of water.)
The popularity of Bach and Jethro is long lasting).
What should be Bach’s position on this list? Obviously, this rank is lower than that of Ethon. Not only is Yathoon more famous, he was also an innovator, and his influence on music is greater than Bach’s. However, it is appropriate to count Bach after Michelangelo. Who was an expert in visual arts. Even less important than a literary figure like Bach Shakespeare. However, given Bach’s long-lasting music and his profound influence on future musicians, it seems appropriate to give him a higher status than other artists and literary figures.

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