Bach's Organ, Arnstadt

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Mark Cartwright
by Mtag
published on 03 May 2023
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The organ of the New Church in Arnstadt, Germany. This organ was first tested and then played regularly by the German composer Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750), appointed organ master in 1703.

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