Why did Johann Sebastian Bach write music?

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It was a passion of his and his life revolved around classical music.

His father taught him to play violin and harpsichord.[4] His uncles were all professional musicians, whose posts ranged from church organists and court chamber musicians to composers. One uncle, Johann Christoph Bach (1645-93), was especially famous and introduced him to the art of organ playing. Bach was proud of his family's musical achievements, and around 1735 he drafted a genealogy, "Origin of the musical Bach family"
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What type of music did Johann Sebastian Bach write?

Bach wrote during the period called the Baroque. Bach was writing at the end of this period, and even during his lifetime tastes were shifting to what would be called the Roco

What music did Johann Sebastian bach compose?

Baroque music. In the related links box below, I posted a good article about that.

What kind of music did Johann Sebastian bach write?

Johann Sebastian Bach wrote in the Baroque era, so he wrote complicated contrapuntal works and elaborate melodies. He composed both secular and religious music. He wrote music

Did Johann Sebastian Bach like music?

He must have ... after all, he wrote hundreds of compositions.

What music period was Johann Sebastian bach from?

German composer J. S. Bach worked and composed during the Baroque period (which, by the way ended the year of his and G. F. Handel's death - 1750 - what a tribute to his contr
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What kind of music did johanne sebastian bach write?

Bach had his hand in most genres of the day, but he was particularly interested in sacred choral music, orchestral music and solo music - he wrote many pieces for 'klavier' (p

What is Johann Sebastian Bach contribution to musics?

An easier question might be: what isn't hiscontribution? For my money he was the greatest composer ever, or atleast in the period of common tonality since 1600. He wrote i