Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750)
Komponist

* 1685 Eisenach

† 1750 Leipzig

Aufzeichnung von Hermann Bahr, 17. 9. 1905

... Nachmittag M bei mir, und Specht, Bach spielend; Gespräch über Nietzsche, ...

Tagebuch von Arthur Schnitzler, 10. 2. 1906

... Nm. mit Grethe S. eine Suite von Bach. ...

Tagebuch von Arthur Schnitzler, 28. 9. 1910

... Mama zu Tisch. Mit ihr ein Bach. ...

Tagebuch von Arthur Schnitzler, 20. 7. 1922

... N. d. N. phantasire ich Clavier;– » Bach«, Walzer (auch meine alten) – Alma und die andern sind fra ...

Hermann Bahr: A Letter From Germany, Dezember 1922

... A very curious work on Johann Sebastian Bach’s Chromatic Fantasy an ...... has an archæologist to enter a discussion about Bach, and the professional archæologists take the view ...... he unexpectedly decided in favour of science. If Bach was the last word to him in music, so in archæolo ...... the Parthenon. Phidias to him is for the eye what Bach is for the ear. He, as it were, regards the friez ...... to show him the frieze of the Parthenon. This new book about Bach arouses so much favourable and bitterly hostile c ...... Chromatic Fantasy . How did Bach come to it? How did it occur to him? What was the ...... soon as one dechromatises a, b, h, c the result is Bach , the composer’s name. Bach himself, as we kn ...... Bach , the composer’s name. Bach himself, as we know from an eighteenth-centu ...... but it also is rich in technical knowledge. He shows us that Bach to-day is almost universally misunderstood by pianists. The ...... d have grown accustomed to treating the piano like an organ. Bach must be cleansed of the romantic accretions: he must not ...

Tagebuch von Arthur Schnitzler, 31. 12. 1922

... Mit Heini nach Tisch ein Bach Prel. mit Fuge. Dann liest er mir ein Stück aus dem Th. ...

Tagebuch von Arthur Schnitzler, 3. 7. 1927

... i und Bamb. spielen Skriabin (fragment.) und Bach.– Auch Dr. Bloch war da. ...