Tag Archives: JS Bach
JS Bach, had he not died in 1750 (or anytime after that), would have turned 337 years old yesterday. I will venture a guess that there has never been a composer whose catolog is performed more than his. There are … Continue reading
Last evening, Elissa and I went to hear the Palmetto Chamber Orchestra perform a birthday tribute to JS Bach (1685-1750). It was a spectacular performance under to direction of Maestra Suzanna Pavlovsky, the Music Director for the Orchestra and someone … Continue reading
Somewhere on this planet, is there living a man/woman who is as talented and has the “Reverence for Life” that Dr. Albert Schweitzer displayed and is lauded for? A noted physician, theologian, Nobel Prize Laureate, musician/organist and philosopher, Schweitzer (1875-1965) … Continue reading
As soon as I saw this meme (thank you @bluelady) I knew it was destined for this page. A little wiki on Berthold Auerbach Then, I had to pick a piece to cleanse my dusty soul. Going Baroque as I … Continue reading
Three minutes with the Accentus Insula Orchestra as they perform a little ditty by Dieterich Buxtehude, (1639-1707) entitled Alleluia. While most of us will recognize some of the works of JS Bach, Beethoven, Brahms and lest we forget, Tchaikovsky, the … Continue reading
Here is the quintessential “Toccata & Fugue in D Minor”, with the film camera focused on the hands of Karl Richter.