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A salute to Johann Sebastian Bach in concerto and cantata

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Johann Sebastian Bach, in his position as composer and church organist, barely had time to enjoy the fruits of his written work in performance from one week to the next. Such was the nature of his liturgical assignments in the great houses of worship in Leipzig, Muhlhausen and Weimar, Germany, back in the early decades of the 18th century. Now, here is the amazing part of this chapter in his...

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