Compositor:

J. Christian
Bach

Atrás

* 5/IX/1735 Leipzig
+ 1/I/1782 London

J. Christian Bach

Compositores - El Almanaque

el texto en inglés:
The youngest son of Johann Sebastian Bach by his second wife, Johann Christian Bach was born in Leipzig in 1735 and on the death of his father in 1750 moved to Berlin to live with his brother C.P.E. Bach. He later travelled to Italy, where he studied with the famous Padre Martini, became a Catholic and was employed for a short time as organist at Milan Cathedral. In 1762 he moved to London as a composer of Italian opera, like Handel fifty years before him, and enjoyed a considerable reputation there for a number of years, establishing a series of subscription concerts with his colleague Abel. His fame extended both to Mannheim and to Paris, but by the time of his death his popularity in London had waned. His influence on the young Mozart was considerable, and they met both in London and in Paris. He is sometimes known as "the London Bach".
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Composiciones de
J. Christian Bach
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Concierto do menor para violonchelo y orquesta de cuerda
Brno Chamber Soloists
Jan Škrdlík, violonchelo

Sinfonia Concertante en sol mayor para 2 violines y violonchelo
Brno Chamber Soloists


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