Keyboard Music

Johann Sebastian Bach left a legacy of keyboard music unparalleled in the history of Western music.  It was composed for the instruments of his day, the harpsichord, organ, clavichord and, less recognized but perhaps also possibly for the instrument invented during Bach’s final years, the fortepiano.  The fortepiano is the direct ancestor of the modern piano.   In this section is information regarding Bach’s keyboard music that will hopefully serve as motivation for those interested to learn more about this music.