Johann Sebastian Bach - Swallows Charter Academy

Johann Sebastian Bach 1685 - 1750 Characteristics of Baroque Music Unity of Mood Same mood throughout entire piece Repeated Rhythms Repeated & Complex Melodies Terraced Dynamics Dynamic changes are sudden like walking

up steps Late Baroque music mostly polyphonic J.S. Bach (1685 1750) Born in Germany Family had numerous musicians in it (over 80!!!) Mother & father died within a few months of each other when he was

9 Went to live with an older brother Was church organist, concert master, in charge of music in 4 churches J.S. Bach (1685 1750) Sons who were also composers (someone who writes music) Wilhem Friedemann, Carl Philipp

Emanuel, Johann Christoph Friedrich, Johann Christian J.S. Bach (1685 1750) Wrote sacred choral music, secular voice music, orchestral music, chamber music, keyboard music, organ music Famous works include St John Passion, St Matthew Passion,

Brandenburg Concerto (6 of them), Goldberg Variations, Well-Tempered Clavier, Toccata & Fugue in D Minor (for organ), Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring

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