We’re not going to get into the merits of all the classical music in this article, but we do want to focus on the songs that have been most consistently played and remembered over the past two centuries.
So, let’s start with the most-played classical music of all time, and that’s the music of Bach.
There’s a lot to talk about with this one.
The first time I saw Bach was during a lecture at the University of Wisconsin in the late 1970s.
I was a very young undergraduate student at the time, so I wasn’t exactly sure what the hell he was talking about, and so I sat there in the lecture hall, thinking, “Oh, I’m going to be a student.”
Then, out of nowhere, a young woman who I didn’t know came in and said, “I heard a lecture about you.”
And I thought, “This is so cool, it must be Bach.”
And she was right, she heard a Bach lecture.
And I started to listen to Bach more and more as a way to get my education.
And then I started hearing it on the radio.
I started listening to it in concerts, on classical albums.
It was so different.
And so, it was really interesting, but at the same time, it also reminded me of what I thought were the basic ideas in classical literature.
There are no abstractions, there’s no grandeur, there are no surprises.
Bach was just an ordinary man with a piano.
Bach’s music was about simple human feelings, about the journey of a person, about a human being’s life.
Bach is also a classical composer.
He composed music in a very traditional way, very simple, straightforward, and very pure.
It’s very easy to imagine a Bach solo, a simple, simple music.
But it’s also easy to understand what that music has to do with our lives.
There is an incredible amount of music that has come down from Bach to us in the years since the time of his death.
It seems to me that we can all identify with the songs we hear in Bach’s time, in the way that we relate to them, even though it’s not always easy to say what those songs mean.
But Bach is not just a classical musician.
He is also an extraordinary composer, because Bach’s composition style is very much the kind of music we find in classical operas, and classical classical music has been played since the late 1600s.
So it’s really not a question of if we will be able to sing Bach’s compositions, it’s a question about whether or not we will even know that we have any interest in them.
Bach, it turns out, was very good at making us feel like he was listening to us.
Bach has an extraordinary ability to create the feeling that he’s listening to the music we’re making.
There were times when I was just looking around in the back of my mind thinking, I have a lot of Bach stuff in my brain, I think I’m really good at listening to Bach’s works.
And that’s because, when I’m listening to a Bach piece, it really does feel like I’m hearing Bach himself.
So I have this feeling that Bach’s musical vision is something I can relate to.
It really does seem like I have the power to listen in on something.
So in some ways, Bach was an exceptional composer.
There was a time in his life when he really was a musician.
Bach wrote operas with a tremendous range and richness.
He wrote some of the most beautiful music ever written, some of which is still performed today.
Bach himself, for instance, wrote the symphony Sonata No. 7, a piece with a remarkable range and complexity.
There aren’t many pieces that have that kind of richness.
And there aren’t a lot that are that rich in emotion, in meaning.
And the symphonies, with the exception of one, are very beautiful.
There can be very little ambiguity in them, so there’s great power in them for communicating the beauty of things and the humanity of human life.
And of course, Bach had an incredible ability to find a way of making his music sound so natural that it could be heard by people who didn’t have any musical training.
But then, there was also an amazing ability to make his music seem extraordinary, to create an aura of awe, and to create a feeling of awe in the audience.
So Bach was a genius composer.
And we have an extraordinary gift for hearing his music, and listening to his music and having that feeling of wonder.
There wasn’t a time that I was not deeply affected by the music that he wrote.
And he had a gift for giving us the feeling of being listening to music, to feel something special about the music.
There weren’t many composers who could make music that was as beautiful and as emotional and as moving.
And if we could get that feeling in the