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What denomination did Bach belong to?
The Lutheran Church
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Name one of Bach's most famous organ pieces - known for being contrapuntal and full of counterpoint
Toccata in D Minor
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In which Brandenburg concerto does Bach replace the violin and promote two violas to solo position?
Brandenburg Concerto No.6 in Bb Major
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Why is this musically significant?
Because it was the first time in the history of the concerto that a violin had not been used.
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Name three ways in which Bach was influenced by Vivaldi
To write concise themes; clarify harmony scheme; develop subjects into proportional structures based on the ritornello idea
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Name one of Bach's most famous organ pieces - known for being contrapuntal and full of counterpoint

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Toccata in D Minor

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In which Brandenburg concerto does Bach replace the violin and promote two violas to solo position?

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Why is this musically significant?

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Name three ways in which Bach was influenced by Vivaldi

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