Original was in A major and lost in fire. Sonata first published along with other works by his brother, C. P. E. Bach, in. The 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica says of him "He was an industrious composer, ... whose work reflects no discredit on the family name." "Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach" in Nolte, Ewald V., ed., Staatliches Institut für Musikforschung in Berlin, BR A 8 \ Keyboard Sonata in E-flat major (Wf XI/3.6), "Das Johann Sebastian Bach Portal (German)", International Music Score Library Project, Free scores by Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, Johann Christoph Bach (organist at Ohrdruf), Johann Christoph Bach (musician at Arnstadt), Johann Ernst Bach (musician at Saxe-Weimar), Johann Michael Bach (musician at Wuppertal), https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Johann_Christoph_Friedrich_Bach&oldid=986100604, Articles with International Music Score Library Project links, Articles with Encyclopædia Britannica links, Wikipedia articles with MusicBrainz identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers, Wikipedia articles with SUDOC identifiers, Wikipedia articles with Trove identifiers, Wikipedia articles with WORLDCATID identifiers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, BR-JCFB A 1 \ Keyboard Sonata in F major (Wf XI/1), BR-JCFB A 2 \ Keyboard Sonata in C major (Wf XI/2), BR-JCFB A 3 \ No. 4 in D major (Wf VI/4), BR-JCFB B 41 \ Quartet No. In 1750, William, Count of Schaumburg-Lippe appointed Johann Christoph harpsichordist at Bückeburg, and in 1759, he became concertmaster. In April 1778 he and Wilhelm travelled to England to visit Johann Christian Bach. Bach Digital Work (BDW) pages contain information about individual compositions. BR-JCFB A 45 \ Allegretto in G major with 18 Variations on "Ah vous dirais-je Maman" (Wf XII/2) - Composed around 1785/90 - originally comprised only 13 variations and was later expanded by 5 variations. Six Keyboard Concerto - Composed in England around 1778 or immediately after his return. 5 in C major (Wf I/14) (lost), BR-JCFB C 23 \ Symphony no. 4 - Keyboard Sonata in B-flat major, BR-JCFB A 20 \ No. 1 - Keyboard Sonata in D major (Wf XI/8.1), BR-JCFB A 14 \ No. Från 1750 var han anställd vid greven Wilhelm av Schaumburg-Lippes hov - med tiden som konsertmästare. "Six easy Sonatas for Clavier or Pianoforte" - composed before December 26, 1783. BR-JCFB B 16 \ Flute Sonata No. ヨハン・クリストフ・フリードリヒ・バッハ( Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, 1732年 6月21日 ライプツィヒ - 1795年 1月26日 ビュッケブルク)はドイツ 前古典派音楽の作曲家。 ヨハン・ゼバスティアン・バッハとアンナ・マクダレーナの第9子で、下から数えて2番目の息子にあたる。 Probably educated by his father’s cousin Johann Elias Bach, J.C.F. Bach's music followed the developing conventions of his day; however, as it becomes known, its extraordinary stylistic originality is apparent. Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach (21 June 1732 – 26 January 1795) was a harpsichordist and composer, the fifth son of Johann Sebastian Bach, sometimes referred to as the "Bückeburg Bach". Juni 1732 in Leipzig geboren und am 23. Born in Leipzig in the Electorate of Saxony, he was taught music by his father, and also tutored by his distant cousin Johann Elias Bach [de]. He studied at the St. Thomas School, and some believe he studied law at the university there, but there is no record of this. in F major (Wf VII/3), BR-JCFB B 13 \ Trio for 2 violins & b.c. While there, Bach collaborated with Johann Gottfried Herder, who provided the texts for six vocal works; the music survives for only four of these. Two Sonatas for keyboard and violin from Musikalische Nebenstunden, Three Sonatas for keyboard and flute (violin) - composed around 1770/80, Six Sonatas with keyboard - composed around 1780 not before 1777 - for Keyboard, Flute, Violin and Viola, Six Quartet for Flute, Violin, Viola and Basso Continuo - composed around 1768/69 and not before 1766, Six Quartet for 2 Violins, viola and Basso Continuo - composed in England around 1778, Seven Symphonies - composed before December 23, 1768, Three Symphonies à 6- composed until 1770, Six Symphonies à 8 or à 10 - composed by 1792. Bach sons who attained renown in classical music. BR-JCFB B 19 \ Flute Sonata No. Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach Biography by Robert Cummings + Follow Artist. Six Sonatas - composed around 1785 - probably like A 16 - 21 for C.E.A.A von Boineburg. About / Member testimonies. Our editors will review what you’ve submitted and determine whether to revise the article. Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, född 21 juni 1732 i Leipzig, död 26 januari 1795 i Bückeburg, var en tysk kompositör och musiker.. Han var son till Johann Sebastian Bach i dennes andra äktenskap och fick liksom sina bröder en förstklassig utbildning av sin far. "BR-JCFB" denotes "Bach-Repertorium Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach". https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Christoph_Friedrich_Bach 2(Orchestral version) in A major - until mid-May 1768 (Incorrectly attributed to CPE Bach and JC Bach) H383 and H490, Warb YC 91, BR-JCFB C 30b \ Keyboard Concerto no 2. Let us know if you have suggestions to improve this article (requires login). educated his son in music as his own father had, and Wilhelm Friedrich Ernst went on to become music director to Frederick William II of Prussia. Read Full Biography. Corrections? 5 in C major (Wf VII/7), BR-JCFB B 36 \ Sonata in A major (Keyboard, Cello) (Wf X/4) (lost), BR-JCFB B 37 \ Quartet No. Omissions? He also composed motets, oratorios (some in collaboration with the poet Johann Gottfried von Herder), sonatas and other works for keyboard, chamber cantatas, and instrumental chamber works. If you use and like Free-scores.com, thank you to consider support donation. 3 -Keyboard Sonata in E major (Wf XI/8.3), BR-JCFB A 16 \ No. 5" in B-flat major, BR-JCFB C 36 \ Keyboard Concerto "London No. in A major (Wf VII/2), BR-JCFB B 12 \ Trio for 2 violins & b.c. Johann Christoph Friedrich Bach, (born June 21, 1732, Leipzig—died Jan. 26, 1795, Bückeburg, Prussia), longest surviving son of J.S. J. C. F. Bach died 1795 in Bückeburg, aged 62. He is at his best in his later symphonies, similar in style to those of Haydn. Bach became a chamber musician to Count Wilhelm at Bückeburg in 1750, and was appointed concertmaster 1759. 6 in C major (Wf VIII/3.6), BR-JCFB B 21 \ Sonata in G major (Wf IX/2), BR-JCFB B 22 \ Sonata in D major (Wf IX/3), BR-JCFB B 23 - 24 \ 2 Flute Sonatas (lost), BR-JCFB B 25 \ Sonata in F major (Wf VIII/1), BR-JCFB B 26 \ Violin Sonata in F major (incomplete), BR-JCFB B 27 \ Violin Sonata in D major (incomplete), BR-JCFB B 28 \ Sonata for Keyboard and Violin in G major (Wf IX/1) (lost), BR-JCFB B 29a \ Sonata for keyboard and flute/violin in D major (Wf VII/4), BR-JCFB B 29b \ Sonata for Harpsichord concertato and flute/violin and Violoncello in D major (Wf VII/4) - later version, BR-JCFB B 31 \ Sonata No.