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Thus, at the end of his life when Bach was summing up his musical art and his theological convictions, the Mass in B minor becomes his spiritual testament.
In 2017, Bach had told a local newspaper that they had seen about 12 malnourished kids come through.
Bach's reputation soared following the 19th century "Bach revival," as the music world gained a new appreciation for his innovative use of four-part harmony, modulations of key, and mastery of counterpoint and fugue.
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Information about other members of Bach's family and important personages enrich the biographical contents in part 1.
It offered a wonderful mixture of Bach's best known and most interesting works.
During the Pyeongchang Olympics, Bach said he was happy with the role the IOC played in getting North Korea and South Korea together at the games.
Bach will tour competition venues and Olympic Villages.
Born in the German state of Thuringia in 1685, Bach was recognized for his long and challenging career as an organist but only came to be known for his elaborate, mathematically meticulous compositions after his death in 1750.
Allowing eligible individual Russian athletes to compete in Pyeongchang at the February 9-25 Games,under the name 'Olympic Athletes from Russia' (OAR) was an 'acknowledgment of reality,' Bach said.
For Bach, practice wasn't really holistic that didn't also acknowledge the prime role of the person's spiritual life in their physical wellness.