Johann Sebastian Bach is regarded as one of the greatest composers of all time. His music is revered for its technical command, artistic beauty, and intellectual depth. However, during his lifetime Bach was best known throughout Europe as an organist, Organ consultant, and composer of Organ works. At a young age, he established a reputation for his great creativity and ability to integrate foreign styles into his Organ works – Bach copied the works of numerous French and Italian composers to gain insights into their compositional languages, and later arranged violin concertos by Vivaldi and others for the Organ. Bach was extensively engaged later in his life in consulting on Organ projects, testing newly built Organs, and dedicating Organs in afternoon recitals.
Five Concertos includes Concerto in G 'after Ernst' BWV 592, Concerto in A minor 'after Vivaldi' BWV 593, Concerto in C 'after Vivaldi' BWV 594, Concerto in C 'after Ernst' BWV 595 and Concerto in D minor 'after Vivaldi' BWV 596. A must-have collection for any organist!