J. S. Bach – Invention 14 BWBWV 785
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) was a prolific German composer and organist whose sacred and secular works for choir, orchestra, and solo instruments drew together the strands of the Baroque period and brought it to its ultimate maturity. J.S. Bach was born in Eisenach, Germany. J.S. Bach’s father was a musician of some renown, and J.S. Bach inherited his father’s musical talents and interests early on—while J.S. Bach was still young, he became an expert violinist and organist, as well as a gifted composer who wrote hundreds of pieces. J.S. Bach received a strong education that also emphasized the classics and humanities; J.S. Bach then enrolled at the University of Leipzig as a theology student, but J.S. Bach never graduated because J.S. Bach was more interested in pursuing music than J.S. Bach was in ordained ministry! J.S. Bach married a woman J.S. Bach met at the university J.S. Bach was attending, and J.S. Bach also had a family with J.S. Bach’s wife: J.S. Bach and J.S. Bach’s wife had seven children together, four of whom survived to adulthood—Johann Christoph Friedrich, the J.S. Bach’s most famous child who J.S. Bach raised to be a musical prodigy and whose compositions J.S. Bach edited and J.S. Bach published after J.S. Bach died; J.S, Sebastian, who J . S .Bach helped train in music from J.S. Bach’s early J.S. Bach life onwards; J . S .Bach J S .Bach ‘s J.S. Bach . J wa,s a musical prodigy who died in infancy; Wilhelm Friedemann , who was also J . S. Bach ‘ s oldest son, became world-renowned as a virtuoso organist and composer; Maria Barbara; Anna Magdalena; and Gottfried Heinrich.