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skip to: page content | links on this page | site navigation | footer (site information) MUS 204 | The Age of Bach and Handel Home Syllabus Assignments Weeks 1-7 Weeks 8-13 Contact | Introduction | Evaluation | Turnitin.com | Other Notes | Schedule Assignment 1 | Test 1 | Assignment 2 | Test 2 | Research Tools | Helpful Hints Lecture 1 | Lecture 2 | Lecture 3 | Lecture 4 | Lecture 5 | Lecture 6 | Test 1 Lecture 7 | Lecture 8 | Lecture 9 | Lecture 10 | Test 2 | Lecture 11 Johann Sebstian Bach - Time-line ( printable version ) 1685 Born in Eisenach (in present-day Germany) 1695 Death of his father. He goes to his brother at Ohrdruf 1700 Continues his education at Lüneburg 1703 Appointed organist at the Neukirche in Arnstadt 1707 Appointed organist at the church of St. Blasius in
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Unformatted text preview: Mühlhausen Marries Maria Barbara 1708 Appointed court organist by the Duke of Weimar (where six of his children are to be born) 1714 Officially promoted to Konzertmeister 1717 Appointed Kappellmeister to the Prince of Anhalt-Cöthen 1720 Death of Maria Barbara 1721 Marries Anna Magdalena Brandenburg Concerto # 5 composed* 1723 Appointed Kantor at the Thomasschule in Leipzig (where thirteen of his children are to be born) 1726 Partita #1 published 1731 Cantata #140 composed 1739 “ St. Anne” Prelude and Fugue published 1750 Dies in Leipzig Of the thousands of works composed by Bach, only the ones studied in our course are listed here. Contact Prof. Parker | ©2008 Tim Neufeldt...
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