Johann sebastian bach & english chamber orchestra - bach & vivaldi - violin concertos


At the age of seven, Bach went to school where he received religious instruction and studied Latin and other subjects. His Lutheran faith would influence his later musical works. By the time he turned 10, Bach found himself an orphan after the death of both of his parents. His older brother Johann Christoph, a church organist in Ohrdruf, took him in. Johann Christoph provided some further musical instruction for his younger brother and enrolled him in a local school. Bach stayed with his brother's family until he was 15.

Bach’s connection and admiration of Luther stems from his childhood; in particular, his early education.  Born in 1685 in Eisenach in Thuringia, Bach spent three years at the Latin school that Luther had attended two centuries prior.  Due in part to Luther’s efforts, Bach was able to experience firsthand the fruits of Luther’s emphasis on the importance of a sound Christian education and sturdy theological foundation.  Bach was known to have several theological books and the Luther translation of the Bible that he owned contains many notes as written by the musical genius himself.


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