Bach Study Music Playlist | Classical Music for Studying, Concentration, Relaxation Instrumental Mix

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    – Cello Suite No. 1 in G major, BWV 1007
    I. Prelude (0:00)
    II. Allemande (2:39)
    III. Courante (7:18)
    IV. Sarabande (10:06)
    V. Minuets (12:52)
    VI. Gigue (16:28)
    – Orchestral Suite No. 3 in D major, BWV 1068
    Air on the G string (18:20)
    – Prelude in C Major, BWV 846 (21:58)
    – Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 – Aria (24:10)
    – Violin Partita No. 1 in B minor BWV 1002
    I. Allemande (30:20)
    Double (33:48)
    II. Corrente (37:00)
    Double Presto (40:24)
    III. Sarabande (42:46)
    Double (44:45)
    IV. Tempo di Borea (46:42)
    Double (49:04)
    – Partita in D minor for solo violin BWV 1004
    III. Sarabande (51:23)
    V. Chaconne (54:12)
    – Brandenburg Concerto No. 2 in F major, BWV 1047
    I. Allegro (1:08:17)
    II. Andante (1:13:29)
    III. Allegro assai (1:16:44)
    – Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 in G major, BWV 1048
    I. Allegro (1:19:31)
    III. Allegro (1:24:46)
    – Brandenburg Concerto No. 4 in G major, BWV 1049
    I. Allegro (1:29:16)
    – Brandenburg Concerto No. 5 in D major, BWV 1050
    I. Allegro (1:36:31)
    II. Affettuoso (1:49:28)
    III. Allegro (1:55:06)
    – Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 in B flat major, BWV 1051
    I. Allegro (2:00:23)
    II. Adagio ma non-tanto (2:05:56)
    III. Allegro (2:11:01)
    – Harpsichord Concerto No.1 in D minor, BWV 1052
    I. Allegro (2:16:35)
    II. Adagio (2:24:14)
    III. Allegro (2:30:50)
    – Concerto for Violin and Oboe in C minor, BWV 1060R
    I. Allegro (2:38:33)
    III. Allegro (2:43:42)
    – Concerto for 2 Violins in D minor, BWV 1043
    I. Vivace (2:47:19)
    II. Largo, ma non tanto (2:51:04)
    III. Allegro (2:57:42)
    – Orchestral Suite No. 2 in B minor, BWV 1067
    VI. Menuet (3:02:33)
    – Italian Concerto, BWV 971
    I. (3:04:02)
    III. Presto (3:07:46)
    – Sonata for violin and harpsichord No.1 in B minor,
    BWV 1014
    I. Adagio (3:11:21)
    II. Allegro (3:16:29)
    III. Andante (3:19:37)
    IV. Allegro (3:23:22)
    – Violin Sonata No. 3, BWV 1005
    II. Fuga. Alla breve (3:26:22)
    – Prelude and Fugue in G minor, BWV 861(3:35:55)
    – Herz und Mund und Tat und Leben, BWV 147
    10. Chorale "Jesus bleibet meine Freude" (3:40:16)
    – The Musical Offering, BWV 1079
    Ricercar a 3 (3:43:28)
    Canones diversi super Thema Regium (3:48:43)
    Sonata sopr'il Soggetto Reale
    I. Largo (3:56:55)
    II. Allegro (4:04:07)
    III. Andante (4:10:45)
    IV. Allegro (4:14:24)
    Thematis Regii, Elaborationes (4:17:36)
    Ricercar a 6 (4:26:55)
    – Toccata and Fugue in D minor, BWV 565 (4:32:53)

  2. Nicola Tesla suggest us to hear Bach, becouse he create notes of happines who have a big powers and influence for a helthy brain and a health body.
    Beautiful playlist! Thank you! 🙂
    May God bless you all!

  3. i like harpsichords. No like violins and strings with zero counterpoint. The first 17 minutes sucked. I gave it my best. I hate this shit srry!

  4. Well I just had two healthy newborn sons, so in light of that I'll practice my dad jokes out. I just made this up so go easy.

    What did Arnold Schwarzenegger say after his first violin lesson?

    "I'm Bach"

  5. I am grateful for this human’s contribution to my life. J. S. Bach was truly an amazing musician-the best.

  6. Everybody should comment "go back to your homeworks" and like all this kind of comments.

  7. come home
    after a
    long, day
    drive. some
    halesome prick
    is, digging,
    a deep
    large round
    hole in
    our front
    yard. "What
    the —-
    you doing;
    I ask"
    He says,
    digging, a
    hole to
    see if
    there's, any
    pipes. What
    the F—!!!
    Get out
    of my
    yard. Go
    where you
    came from.
    he covers,
    the hole
    and goes,
    to our
    neighbors, house
    WHAT was
    put over
    this hole
    questions, I
    I, allow
    this, government
    hooligan in
    our yard
    again? No
    burn in
    Hell. Call,
    send a
    letter, note
    on the
    door, not
    a prick
    with a
    shovel half
    witted smile
    my front
    yard, "I'm
    Mr. T
    just looking,
    for pipes."
    Serenity Now!
    Serenity Now!!

  8. this, article
    written on
    by myself
    Andrew David McCloskey
    is, going,
    to be
    non polite
    but always,
    honest. I,
    hate many
    great ideas,
    of law
    and I'll
    always, hate
    many easy
    passing's. My
    loves, simple:
    love myself
    more than
    any one
    else. I,
    hate that
    were at
    war over
    oil and
    come to
    a conclusion
    time and
    time again
    there's, nothing,
    that was,
    our U.S.A.
    countries fault.
    09-2001 Rest In Peace
    "Terrorist Attack"
    and we
    never knew
    our planes,
    were flying,
    off course
    by demand.
    Today May 02, 2019
    were wasting,
    oil on
    surviving, innocence
    of other
    countries, lack
    of survival
    United States,
    of America
    we just
    build walls,
    keeping, us,
    locked in
    and helpful
    peace out
    our countries,
    safe air-force
    and navy
    are protecting,
    us, by
    promouting, war
    by using,
    stickers, on
    innocent vehicles,
    of daily
    commute. Burn
    those relic
    war archives, on
    living, pride
    and save
    peace with
    all black
    flags, I,
    love gold
    ones also
    For ever
    more sign
    and save
    more Marines,
    who are
    less, paid
    trained more,
    and who
    denied my
    access, to
    join there
    military party
    after 09-2001
    Am I,
    Andrew David
    McCloskey free?
    Mad I've
    always, been
    Alliance Against
    Intoxicated Motorist
    Peace be
    with you

  9. wtf serious noise sometimes appear on the music. is it recorded in a real concert? i thought someone hecking killed around me.

  10. Attention all commenters; just be grateful for Bach, be grateful for his music and be grateful to the up loader!!

  11. Enjoyed Bach for a long time, but he never ceases to amaze. His museam in Liepzig is worth checking out for anybody interested in how and where he lived. I especially like the stories there about how he left his post often (at the frustration of his superiors) to learn more about music from other places in Germany and Europe…and how he was often lax in reprimandinghis students, who 'should' have had the utmost discipline in their curriculum. What a fellow! Anyway enjoy the genious!

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