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Bach, Johann Christoph (1642-1703)

Johann Christoph Bach. Public Domain

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Alias: The profound composer



Description: Johann Christoph Bach was a music composer and organist from Germany. He is one of cousin’s of Johann Sebastian Bach, and the most important and respected musician of the Bach family before him. After being an organist in Eisenach, he managed to be part of the chamber orchestra of the Court of this city. Johann had a great reputation as a composer.
Sex: Male Occupation: Composer, organist and conductor
Place of Birth / Death: Arnstadt, Germany / Eisenach, Germany. Country Tags: Germany.
Periods: 17th Century. Genres: Religious music, Chamber music, Choral music, Instrumental music, Orchestral music, Vocal music, Concert, Opera.
Styles: Baroque School / Group
Instruments: Organ.

Relatives: Johann Sebastian Bach (Cousin), Johann Nikolaus Bach (son), Johann Michael Bach (Brother), Heinrich Bach (Father).

Patrons: Ernest August I  Master: Johann Pachelbel



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  • Pestelli, Giorgio (1986): Historia de la música. Madrid, Turner.
  • Michels, Ulrich. (1992) Atlas de música, vol. 1 y 2. Madrid: Alianza Editorial. 
  • Ratner, Leonard G. (1980), Classic Music: Expression, Form and Style. New York: Schirmer.
  • Wolff, Christoph (1983). The New Grove: Bach Family. Macmillan Publishers.