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[文化博览] 2016-07-25 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-13

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[Homework]2016-07-25 BBC:巴赫:激情的一生 Bach:A Passionate Life-13

Do you think his school grades are relevant and interesting here, because when he was in Eisenach, when he was still with his parents, he played truant an awful lot. After moves into his brother's house, his school grades rocketed. They go way up. So there's a big change there. Do you think that's to do with the orphanhood?-Again I'm speculating that what I'm hearing is that there was a horrible, horrible environment in the school, but mayby there was a little bit of protection from the home. Then he loses the home. So the whole world is now a doggy-dog situation, so there is only one person he can rely on, and that's himself, which would explain why he has to be good at school now, doesn't he? He has to, because basically if you show weakness, if you are weak, you suffer and you go under.                                                     At the age of 15, Bach was awarded a singing scholarship at a school in Luneberg, 230 miles to the north. He walked the whole way with a school friend G* E*, who would reenter Bach's story 30 years later. Bach spent three years in Luneburg, from the age of 15 to 18. His voice would break almost as soon as he got there. So what was he doing in the mean time? This is one of the great puzzles in Bach's life. One thing we do know is that while he was in Luneburg, Bach was acquainted with one of Germany's leading figures, G* B*, a composer and a renowned organist, also born in T*, like Bach himself.

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