Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (before 14 March 1727 – 13 April 1756), also known as Johann Gollberg or Johann Goltberg, was a German virtuoso harpsichordist, organist ...
Alternative Names/Transliterations: Johann Gottlieb Théophile Goldberg, Johann Gottlieb Goltberg, Johann Gottlieb Gollberg =
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (Composer, Bach’s Pupil) Born: March 1727 ((baptised: March 14, 1727) - Gdansk (Danzig), Poland Died: April 13, 1756 - Dresden, Saxony, Germany
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Norman Rubin, "Johann Gottlieb Goldberg". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, ed. Stanley Sadie. 20 vol. London, Macmillan Publishers Ltd., 1980.
Johann Gottlieb Goldberg (baptised 14 March 1727 – 13 April 1756) was a German virtuoso harpsichordist, organist, and composer of the late Baroque and early ...
Legend has it that Johann Sebastian Bach composed the Baroque masterpiece known as the "Goldberg Variations" for an insomniac ambassador to be played on sleepless ...
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Goldberg, Johann Gottlieb. Violon Bows. A wide selection of bows. Hundreds of bows for violin instock. ... Trio Sonata in C for Violin, Viola & Piano (21 pages ...