Johann Sebastian Bach: 'In Arnstadt 1703-1707' - Art poster - Germany - 1990-1999
Art poster announcing the concert 'Johann Sebastian Bach in Arnstadt 1703-1707' on Sunday under the 'Predigt' in the wine cellar corridors of the German municipality of Arnstadt. The poster was published by the Bach Museum in Arnstadt, better known as the 'Haus zum Palmbaum'. Photography by Roland Dressler and typography by Reiner Wiegand. Professionally framed in oak behind plexiglass.
Many of the members of the Bach family worked as musicians in Arnstadt. From 1703 to 1707, Johann Sebastian Bach worked here as organist and cantor of the "Neue Kirche", now called Bachkirche. The organ he played on is still almost original; only the outer wings were added later. The keyboard is exhibited in the museum next to the church. A statue shows a recalcitrant young man, who is supposed to represent Johann Sebastian Bach.
Status report: in good condition
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