In the composition of music, J.S. Bach brought music techniques like confrontation and tablature to the highest levels. The opposite is a way of performing two or more rhythms at the same time, and a tempo is a composition in which different instruments repeat the same rhythm with a little variation.
There is no field of music composition that Bach does not devote his talent to and he is equally great wherever he is. Or he wrote for clavexanh or Oocgan, for orchestras or choirs, orchestrated, developed, modified, transcribed on his own tunes, are all precious gems.
In his work, Bach is a man who summarizes the achievements of past and present music art, both secular and ecclesiastical music, from folk music to professional music.
So all of Bach’s music is a live dictionary of European music from the seventeenth to eighteenth centuries. In the field of art when someone knows the past, it is also the person who laid the foundations for its development in the future.
The first person to appreciate Bach’s music was Mozart. The profound nature of Bach’s music influenced Mozart’s works and in particular his famous “Requiem” deserves to be regarded as the successor of “Mass in B minor”.
Next Mozart is Bethoven with a famous saying that became the maxim “Erist kei Bach – er ist sin ozean” which means: “Bach is not a stream, Bach is an ocean”. In German the word “Bach” means “stream”, Bethoven corrected the meaning of the word to express his immense admiration for Bach music.
The question is, because when studying European music history or any kind of European history, people are used to the method of breaking it up into ages, the trends that seem to be gradually replace each other according to the higher and higher steps. The truth is not entirely so. If Bach is a pre-classical music with the meaning of being a decent, a toddler before entering the music of classical musicians, of course it is completely wrong.