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Wilhelm Friedemann Bach (Weimar 1710 – Berlín 1784) fue el segundo de los veinte hijos del célebre compositor Johann Sebastian Bach. Bien dotado musicalmente, fue muy solicitado por su arte y su estilo a la hora de interpretar. Los pocos retratos que existen de él lo muestran delgado, de rasgos finos, muy distinto a sus hermanos e incluso a su propio padre (todos de cuerpos y rostros anchos, fuertes y macizos):…

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  • Excellent composer, he made the great music (mainly symphonies ) ,I consider CPE better because he did more music than WF, but both brothers did not cross the shadow of their genius father JSB.
  • Daddy's Pride.
  • Nice fugues!
  • Anyways, the music itself is outstanding... So no matter how hard you try to call it or face it. But yeah I agree with the term that just calling it classical music is somehow useless.
  • "Classical" meaning "art music" or "serious music", or the like, is generally used by people who don't know much about music; it's also pretty well useless as a distinguishing term for anyone who listens to a lot of music (little better than tagging tracks simply as "music" in fact). I'd agree that there's nothing wrong with calling C.P.E. or W.F. Bach "classical", so (aside from the uncalled for aggression) I'd agree with Galgenterrorist's first comment; the second, aside from being even more pointlessly aggressive, is wrong though, I think. There's a line (not a precise line, but it's still there) between over-articulation and under-articulation; lumping Dowland and Boulez together as "classical" is pointless, while insisting on ever finer distinctions between slightly different styles would lead to us needing a different tag for every composer (or even for every piece).
  • Allegro Assai, hell yes you were my solo and ensemble piece
  • By the way, "classical" music does not only mean the classical era (or its style, he? :P) but also the whole "common practice period". The use of this term may vary this often because of the ambiguity of the word itself. I think there are many other ways to tag composers of the classical era as what they are, so I never end to ask myself why people like you always complain. Do you think we're too stupid to know the more meanings of the term or do you want to dictate us the TRUE use of the word...? Think of both options, one is less likelier than the other.
  • Who says that tags have to -define- the artist by musical genres? Many tags are just for sake of description, so I don't see any problem in using the era AND the musical style. I mean, seriously, who thinks that "baroque" is a musical defined STYLE? It should be more than clear that it is a era which offers a lot of such.
  • his music is not classical but galante (same with vivaldi who lived in the "baroque era"). era doesn't make the music.

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