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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) Violin Concertos

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  • Maggat

    Bach, any Bach, any time of the day or night.

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    • Justin St.Denis

      Absolutely. I feel that way about Telemann, too.

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    • Brett_McS

      J. S. Bach … enegger

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      Aren’t they the group thought by some to be behind the assassination attempt on Pope JP2 by Mehmet Ali Ağca ?

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  • FactsWillOut
  • Among my favorites. Bach is the greatest.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I have an award-winning recording of Art of the Fugue conducted and arranged by Karl Ristenpart that absolutely FLOORS everybody who hears it. I think it dates back to 1975 or thereabouts. Highly recommended (mine is on MusiDisque label).

  • Brett_McS

    I can do completely independent things with each hand without effort eg stirring a cup of coffee with one and opening a packet or screwing on a lid with the other (the old rub the tummy and pat the head is too easy). I didn’t realize this was unusual until someone saw me doing it and remarked on it in a WTF! sort of way. I thought about it for a second and realized: that must be the legacy of years of playing Bach fugues on the piano. I’m a bit self-concious about it now.

    • Justin St.Denis

      Interesting theory. You really should explore that more. Have you any siblings who perform similar parlour tricks? My elder sister – a lifelong knitter – can knit sweaters without a pattern while simultaneously dictating the economic/financial analyses she does for a living. Naturally, her EA transcribes everything, and then Sis edits manually. But if she can possibly knit while doing other intellectually challenging work, she does. She maintains that it enhances her ability to think clearly, and that she acquired the ability through hours of PIANO PRACTICE while writing essays in her head. She was an A+ student from Day One until she left university. The smartest by far of all us in my family.

      BTW, she gave me a cable stitch wool sweater for Xmas. Fits me like a glove. 😉

      • mobuyus

        My Aunt could Knit and drive, and one day a cop yelled at her “Pullover” she yelled back no it’s a Cardigan.

        • disqusW6sf

          good joke. lol.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Now that was bloody funny! 😉

  • dance…dancetotheradio

    I prefer Bach

  • Norman_In_New_York

    Bach was Einstein’s favorite composer. Einstein saw the impeccable logic in each Bach composition.