mother: Maria Elisabetha Lämmerhirt. Wilhelm Friedemann (hereafter Friedemann) was born in Weimar, where his father was employed as organist and chamber musician to the Duke of Saxe-Weimar. Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach ... a Grave, database and images ( accessed ), memorial page for Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (22 Nov 1710–1 Jul 1784), Find a Grave Memorial no., Johann Christoph Bach, Carl Phillip Emanuel Bach, Johann Gottfried Bernhard Bach, Leopold Augustus Bach, Christiana Sophia Henrietta ... Wilhelm Adolf Bach, Gotthilf Wilhelm Bach, Friederica Sophia Schmidt (born Bach), German Composer, Organist, Harpsichordist, July 1 1784 - Berlin, Margraviate of Brandenburg. 7 in E major; composed between 1765-1770, No. Bach wrote the variations to provide a display piece for Friedemann. Half brother of Christiana Sophia Henrietta Bach; Gottfried Henrich Bach; Christian Gottlieb Bach; Elisabeth Juliana Fredrica Bach; Ernestus Andreas Bach and 8 others; Regina Johanna Bach; Christiana Benedicta Louise Bach; Christiana Dorothea Bach; Johann Cristoph Friedrich Bach; Johann August Abraham August Abraham Bach; Johann Chirstian Bach; Johanna Carolina Bach and Regina Susanna Bach « less, "...Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (22 November 1710 – 1 July 1784), the second child and eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach, was a German composer and performer. "Wilhelm Friedemann Bach", in Christoph Wolff et al., This page was last edited on 9 October 2020, at 17:55. [4] Friedemann died in Berlin. and Maria Barbara Bach, composer during the period of transition between Baroque and Rococo styles. Geni requires JavaScript! Son of Johann Sebastian Bach and Maria Barbara Bach Bach Digital Work (BDW) pages contain information about individual compositions. Father of Wilhelm Adolf Bach; Gotthilf Wilhelm Bach and Friederica Sophia Bach Siblings. Bach took the post of Cantor of the St. Thomas Church in Leipzig (in 1723), he enrolled Friedemann in the associated Thomasschule. In 1751, Friedemann married Dorothea Elisabeth Georgi (1721–1791), who was 11 years his junior and who outlived him by seven years. In July 1720, when Friedemann was nine, his mother Maria Barbara Bach died suddenly; Johann Sebastian Bach remarried in December 1721. The landed estates she inherited caused the family to be placed in a high tax bracket by Halle authorities, who were raising taxes to meet the revenue demands of the Seven Years' War. 1 in C major; composed between 1765-1770, No. The scholar Peter Williams has discredited the story which links the work to Goldberg stating that J. S. Bach wrote the work for the Russian Ambassador Count Hermann Carl von Keyserlingk, who would ask his employee, Goldberg, to play variations for him to ward off insomnia. In 1749 he was involved in a conflict with the Cantor of the Liebfrauenkirche, Gottfried Mittag, who had misappropriated funds that were due to Friedemann. Death: July 1 1784 - Berlin, Deutschland. In July 1720, when Friedemann was nine, his mother Maria Barbara Bach died suddenly; Johann Sebastian Bach remarried in December of 1721. 6 in E-flat major; not before 1763; =, No. When J.S. To raise cash for these payments, she sold part of her property in 1770. "F" numbers for works are cited from: Martin Falck, Wilhelm Friedemann Bach. He incorporated more elements of the contrapuntal style learned from his father than any of his three composer brothers, but his use of the style has an individualistic and improvisatory edge which endeared his work to musicians of the late 19th century, when there was something of a revival of his reputation.

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