Leipzig. 1722. The gothic cathedrals rise as monuments in the city while the sun shines and the leaves crunch under your feet. Passing through the city, you hear the sounds of piano drifting through the open windows. Joy and harmony abound. With this collection of early piano works, we honor the memory of classical music’s founding father Johann Sebastian Bach. The feeling is light and lilting while the preludes and fugues interweave to offer the sounds of early 18th century German piano music. Program these tracks to instantly transport your audience to the concert hall or to Germany in the early 1700s. All tracks offered in piano, harpsichord and organ versions.