Gradually the name and fame of johann sebastian bach were obliterated almost from man's memory.
They passed the church where johann sebastian bach used to sing.
Handel was born in the same year as johann sebastian bach, 1685.
To johann sebastian bach must be accorded the title of “father of modern music.”
But what boots leading motives—as old as the hills and johann sebastian bach—or symphonic poems nowadays?
Into such a legacy of intelligence, thrift, and probity came johann sebastian bach.
The pediment above is surmounted by the bust of johann sebastian bach.
An instance of absolute knowledge of music appears in an anecdote told of johann sebastian bach.
johann sebastian bach, as the young musician was named, was an orphan.
Scarlatti's great contemporary, johann sebastian bach, did not stand in the direct line of development of the piano sonata.
1845, American English, clipped form of bachelor (n.). Also in colloquial American English use as a verb (1870) meaning "to live as an unmarried man," especially "to do one's own cooking and cleaning." Related: Bached; baching.
A bachelor (1850s+)
(also bach it) Of a man, to live alone (1860s+)
To enjoy the life of a bachelor: With his wife on a trip, he bached it for a week