Documentary: Some of Bach’s great masterpieces were composed by his wife - The Washington Post
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Documentary: Some of Bach’s great masterpieces were composed by his wife - The Washington Post
In “Written by Mrs Bach,” about to premiere in London and then move to Germany, a professor of music, a composer and an American expert in document forensics advance the case that Anna Magdalena Bach ...
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