Monday, 29 April 2013


This is Bach, whose music used a series of notes such as quavers (later a form of crisp) and minims (later maxims). Bach was born and died in Germany, although much of his life took place inbetween.  It is thought that his father gave him music lessons as a child, but then again I don’t know do I.  His brother had little interest in music, being a Radio One listener.  Bach himself had an unconventional private life, marrying his second wife first.  His musical works included ‘Symphony For Listening To’ and ‘The Varied Variations.’  Sadly, Bach’s death in 1850 marked the end of his life.      

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