Johann sebastian bach* j.s. bach·- françoise baudlot - le clavecin bien tempéré


Bach enriched established German styles through his mastery of counterpoint , harmonic and motivic organisation, and his adaptation of rhythms, forms, and textures from abroad, particularly from Italy and France. Bach's compositions include hundreds of cantatas , both sacred and secular . [4] He composed Latin church music , Passions , oratorios and motets . He often adopted Lutheran hymns , not only in his larger vocal works, but for instance also in his four-part chorales and his sacred songs . He wrote extensively for organ and for other keyboard instruments . He composed concertos , for instance for violin and for harpsichord , and suites , as chamber music as well as for orchestra . Many of his works employ the genres of canon and fugue .

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