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They are located "everywhere" in Germany ... in basements, garages and in attics: photo albums, which become exciting, when your genealogy goes beyond the research of data. It's when the idea of genealogy develops into a hobby.
Historic stuff: It might be possible that with your interest in the genealogy of your family, a general interest in "such age-old stuff develops.
The Bachs in the wine growing community of Flein near Heilbronn in Southern Germany were once again very active in 2022 with a new idea. It has become a gift for pastors and reverends, for sacristans as well as for cantors and organists: the Luther Calendar published by "Bach 4 You". Of course, you can learn more about it on the pages of the small company and quite naturally you can also buy it – right next to the Beethoven Calendar and the Mozart Calendar – in the shop. Moreover, Peter Bach, Jr. presents it as a part of the Bachs' Mission to make Johann Sebastian Bach even better known in the world and to spread his music: In the calendar section at "Bach on Bach" Luther it of course its own place in the meantime. In order to publish this offer also on his further websites in the whole world, one meets the twelve calendar monthly pages likewise, as so defined advertisement on the website "Johann Sebastian Bach for Children". --
What is classical music? Under this title the author of my website presents his latest project, which is especially addressed to young people, students, teachers, parents and classical music beginners. Nowhere else is there a collection Classical Music TOP 100 with the 250 most popular classical music hits.
Shortly after the development of the site on the subject of what exactly classical music is, Peter Bach jr. created his website "Classical Music for Children", which is aimed at young children, children between 13 and 19, parents, grandparents and godparents, and also teachers.
The third website, which was created in the summer of 2020 in this "Classical Music for Children Cycle", is aimed at teachers. The "Unterrichtsmaterial Klassische Musik" first explains what classical music is and then consists of homework, a test and assistance with the evaluation. For the American market and the British, as well as the Canadian and the Australian, the title of the English website is "Teaching Material Classical Music".
If you are interested in music calendars or music calendars for children, one website is my warmest recommendation: It is the music calendars page on "Bach 4 You".
My friends, Peter and Renate Bach operate a music calendar and a wine wall calendar publishing house. Read more about their exciting offer with a click here. The little publishing house produced 12 wine wall calendars, and they offer something really special, which is the personalized and the premium-personalized wine wall calendar. Curious? Here is one more website where this creative power team displays all the monthly pages: on the website "Music Calendars, Music Calendars".
C.A. Hoske ... Your Genealogist / Family Researcher in Thuringia / Germany