Note: This title is an Audio CD.
Acclaimed only long after his death, Bach mastered many musical talents: singer, violinist, organist, harpsichordist, and composer.
His musical style is based on northern German contrapuntal with a majority of his later work having influence from an Italian styling.
Bach's appointments include organist at the ducal court at Weimar, kapellmeister at the princely court of Kothen and cantor at St. Thomas in Leipzig.
He is the inventor of the harpsichord concerto genre and holds the title as the greatest composer of the Baroque era.
|"Sheep May Safely Graze" from Cantata No. 208 - 4:48|
|Badinerie from Suite No. 2 in B Minor - 1:36|
|Adagio from Double Concerto for Oboe and Violin 0 4:50|
|Passepied I-II from Suite No. 1 in C major - 3:27|
|Air from Suite No. 3 in D - 5:04|
|Chorale from Easter Cantata - 3:34|
|Siciliano from Sonata No. 4 in C minor - 3:01|
|Giant Fugue - 3:37|
|Bourree I-II from Suite No. 2 in B Minor - 2:25|
|Chorale from Little Suite - 3:33|
|Aria (Contented Peace) from Cantata N. 170 - 6:16|
|Sleepers Awake Chorale from Catata No. 140 - 3:50|