What books did Johann Sebastian Bach have on his shelves at the time of his death?
We have a list of them.
Most of the books themselves were lost.
But not all of them.
Fortunately the book that for Bach was the most important, his three-volume Bible, has been preserved and found its way to a library in St. Louis, USA.
That book, the most precious document of Bach's life, now becomes available in a unique facsimile edition, complete with autograph notes in Bach’s own hand.
You can acquire this unique publication in a number of ways.
Given the extremely costly process of production, the price for an edition of this size and quality is relatively low: € 5500. If you subscribe in advance, you will pay only
€ 4800. And this amount can be paid in monthly installments – without extra cost.
Payment in installments
If you order your copy of the Bach Bible in advance, you will pay only € 4800, which is a discount of € 700. You will pay this amount after the Bach Bible has been delivered to your home, planned in 2016.
If you prefer, this amount can be paid in 24 monthly installments of € 200 – without extra cost.