Bach Ruiten, Sandhoff, Balzer, Bauer, Rademann Harmonia Mundi: 902098 Johann Christian Bach.
What does JCB stand for?
JCB stands for Johann Christian Bach (classical composer)
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- Joint Clearance and Access Verification System
- Japan Commerce Association of Washington (Washington, DC)
- John Carroll Awards Weekend (Georgetown University, Washington, DC)
- Jac Codi Baw (Welsh: Jack Dig Dirt)
- Jackson County Bank (various locations)
- Japan Credit Bureau
- Japanese Central Bank
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- John Cowan Band
- Joint Capabilities Board (US DoD Joint Capabilities Integration and Development System)
- Joint Coal Board (Australia)
- Joint Communications Board (US Navy)
- Joint Configuration Board
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- Jordan Commercial Bank
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A set of manuscript parts to group of symphonies by Johann Christian Bach resides, curiously, at a Benedictine abbey in Gottweig, Austria, where they served during the third quarter of the eighteenth century as church symphonies, a genre which had essentially the same function as the church sonata.
Adopted Englishman Johann Christian Bach (Johann Sebastian's youngest lad) is represented, alongside the English composers Philip Hayes (whose Concerto in A of 1769 is billed as the world's first) and James Hook, and there is an early Mozart concerto as well.
The pack quickly thins to four composers whose sonatas are singled out for their affinities with Mozart's--Giovanni Marco Rutini, Nicolas--Joseph Hullmandel, Josef Myslivecek, and Johann Christian Bach.
He cites many possible ways that Mozart could have come in contact with Bach's music: the teachings of Leopold Mozart and Giovanni (Padre) Martini, the writings of Mizler and Marpurg, and Mozart's friendship with Johann Christian Bach.