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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... of the season was conducted by Weingartner at the Queen's Hall last week. It opened wilh a rather egregious example of the work of JohannChristianBach, the rakish and youngest son of the mighty Johann Sebastian..."
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Text:"... for all three of its movements. The outer movements are fiery and energetic. The first in particular grows in a singularly organic way, drawing upon a sighing semitone JohannChristianBach Week III 40..."
Date:1984
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... was very successful, as also was his La Clemenza di Scipione. Bach married Cecilia Grassi, an Italian, who was for many years a prima donna at the London opera* The death of JohannChristianBach in 1782..."
Date:1937
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Text:"... Kreutzer) Symphony No. 5. January 2. (Bklyn) JohannChristianBach: Symphony in B-flat major. (Arranged by Fritz Stein) Chabrier: Prelude to Act II, Gwendoline. Stravinsky: Two Suites (Huite Pieces..."
Date:1943
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"..., flute; JOHANNCHRISTIANBACH: Sinfonia in EFlat, Op. 9. No. 2; Munich Pro Arte Orchestra; Kurt Redel conducting; Decca DL 710092; JOHANN CHRISTOPH FRIEDRICH BACH Symphony No. 20 in B-Flat; Cologne Chamber..."
Date:1975
Place:California, USA
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Text:"... Kreutzer) Symphony No. 5. January 2. (Bklyn) JohannChristianBach: Symphony in B-flat major. (Arranged by Fritz Stein) Chabrier: Prelude to Act II, Gwendoline. Stravinsky: Two Suites (Huite Pieces..."
Date:1943
Place:New York, USA
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Text:"... ChristianBach 1735-1782 Sinfonia in D op. 18, No. 4 Program note by Harry Neville The Sinfonia in D, Op. 18, No. 4, comes from a set of works published in London, in 1781, as Six Grand Overtures, three..."
Date:1975
Place:Boston, Massachusetts, USA
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Text:"... ChristianBach, the 'London Bach' whose concertos so in fluenced the young Mozart. This is music of refinement and clegance, yet with a quiet and inner beauty all its own. and which is only revealed..."
Publication:May 20 1977 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
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Text:"... tabloid reported yesterday. J. C. Bach piano LONDON: A piano bought ai a provincial sale for about £200 ($A440) was later found to bear the signature of German com poser JohannChristianBach, youngest son..."
Publication:Dec 30 1993 - Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
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Text:"... the cantata Die Amerikanerin (1920) and L. Duttenhofer a set of 6 quartets (Paris, 1922). 19. Bach, Johann (John) Christian (the London Bach), 11th and youngest surviving son of Sebastian; b. Leipzig, Sept. 5..."
Date:1958
Publication place:New York, USA
Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... them at sight. JohannChristianBach, son of the great Bnch nnd music master to the Queen, took him upon his lap nnd started a sonata, which the two finished, child and master Improvising alternately..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... women's chorus, solo voices, string orchestra and organ, by Giovanni Battlsta Pergotese, 1710-1736; a symphony In G minor by JohannChristianBach, 1736-1782; the cantata "Du Hlrte Israel, hocre..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... upon his programme — written in 1672 or 1673 for the original production of Moliere's "La Malade from Dr. Prieger came a symphony composed by JohannChristianBach; from M. Gevaert his compilation..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Franko's orchestral concerts of old music at Daly's Theater, New York, will be heard a Sebastian Bach concerto for harpsichord, flute, violin and strings; a symphony by JohannChristianBach (1735-1TS2..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"....'ii and ■ n athetic interest because of tlr •!■ relationship, one physical, the other spiriti .1. to the _. ml ft'ho was the culmination of thi preceding „■■:■ JohannChristianBach shared only th L Lfamily..."
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Chronicling America: Historic American Newspapers, 1836-1922
Text:"... Thüren, man fragte draußen nach Martha. Schrecklich lange dauerte ei, bis sie gefnnben war. Unb als bann Aes Paters 5ied. $ott E. Wulff. JohannChristianBach de» stren­i gen Baters leichtlebiger jüngster..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... opened Hanover Rooms. The music was provided by Gal lint's partner, JohannChristianBach (son of John, Sebastian Bach).. . Rooms at .the. NX' Cornet of Hanover Street do not exist any more..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"... Street wa$ crowded with Sedan Chairs Fashionable Lofldon flowed to Mr. Gallinis first Annual Ball in the newly opened Hanover Mopm. The tmsic was provided fey Galluu's partner, JohannChristianBach (ton..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"..., probably by JohannChristianBach, of 4t God Save the i^ing.*'The performance of two concertos, l>y Haydn and Mozart, with Hedwegh Steinas soloist, was distinguished by some excellent playing by both..."
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The Jewish Chronicle
Text:"...'s partner, JohannChristianBach (son of John Sebastian Bach). The Hanover Rooms at the N.W. Corner of Hanover Street do not exist any more, but the tradition lingers «i in the BANQUETING ROOMS Writ* rftof..."
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