Anna Magdalena Bach was Johann Sebastian Bach’s second wife, mother of 13 of his children, the copyist of his manuscripts and herself an accomplished musician. When I became interested in using J.S. Bach’s music as the basis for a new body of work, her name repeatedly caught my eye in my background research. Then I ran across an article describing how an Australian researcher has theorized, based on foren
Here’s another visualization of J.S. Bach: the first Prelude and Fugue to the Well-Tempered Clavier. The Prelude is playing a dominant role in the new artwork I’m brainstorming, so it’s fascinating to see how someone else envisioned it.