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Many of the world’s greatest musical geniuses called Germany home. From Bach to Beethoven, these composers moved the world with their works. In need of some new (or old) music to listen to while teleworking, or for a slow summer car ride? We got you!

Mercurial and unpredictable, Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's music is often thought of as a bridge from the baroque era to the new age of Haydn, Mozart and Beethoven.

@BBCSounds  And, while you're at it, download @StevenIsserlis  and @Mishkapianist  from earlier in the week - Beethoven, Schumann, Fauré, Bach. Beautiful live music from @wigmore_hall , on @BBCSounds 

Gieseking is in a way the most underrated modern pianist, hailed for his iridescent Debussy but unacclaimed for Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms—and Bach; he's one of the great Beethoven pianists—he gets more of the fury, impulsivity, holy terror, than anyone else I've heard.

He was no Bach, Beethoven or Brahms. But trust us: Leroy Anderson's charming miniatures will make you feel better.

I'd particularly like to like classical music now. I could be spending hours with Mahler and Bach and Beethoven now. Couldn't I? If I liked it. Anyway:

@BBCRadio4  Always loved “Beethoven tells you what it's like to be Beethoven and Mozart tells you what it's like to be human. Bach tells you what it's like to be the universe.” ❤️

“We need to stop pretending #classicalmusic  lives in an ivory tower...If Bach or Beethoven came to a concert today...they'd be horrified at the level of pomp." We talk to pianist @JRhodesPianist  about shedding classical music's stuffy reputation:

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“The great composer does not set to work because he is inspired, but becomes inspired because he is working. Beethoven, Wagner, Mozart, and Bach all settled down, day after day, to the job at hand. They didn’t waste time waiting for inspiration.” — Ernest Newman

Music therapy: Blind elephant enjoys some Beethoven & Bach

My dad and I came up with a great composers baseball batting order the other day. Here’s what it looked like: 1. Mendelssohn 2. Mozart 3. Brahms 4. Beethoven 5. Bach 6. Schumann 7. Dvorak 8. Debussy 9. Bartok

Stream the Complete Works of Bach & Beethoven: 250 Free Hours of Music

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Why did Beethoven sell his chickens? Because all they said was "Bach Bach Bach#ClassicJokeFriday 

Stream the Complete Works of Bach & Beethoven: 250 Free Hours of Music

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I love playing piano pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Chopin & Debussy & German lieder, Italian operatic arias & French chansons to sing along to.

He died 23 years ago today. Soundtrack to my childhood, and as much an inspiration as Beethoven, Bach & Chopin...

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