Many features of Cortot's insightful musical approach were not explored further until the 1960's, with the advent of the "historical performance" movement.
Both the Babylonian Chronicles and the biblical Chronicles indicate that Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem, but secular scholars have attempted to set a year when the event took place.
The Babylonian Chronicles, which were published by Donald Wiseman in 1956, establish that Nebuchadnezzar captured Jerusalem the first time on 2 Adar (16 March) 597 BCE.
It is thought that most of the transcriptions were probably made in 1713–1714. The court chapel or Himmelsburg at the Schloss in Weimar. Bach's concerto transcriptions reflect not only his general interest in and assimilation of musical forms originating in Italy, in particular the concertos of his Venetian contemporary Antonio Vivaldi, but also the particular circumstances of his second period of employment 1708–1717 at the court in Weimar.
The organ, at the top of the picture, was overhauled by J. Weisshaupt in 1707–1708, shortly before Bach's arrival, with further improvements by H. During his first brief period in Weimar in 1703 Bach was employed as a court violinist for seven months by Johann Ernst III, Duke of Saxe-Weimar, who ruled jointly with his elder brother Wilhelm Ernst, Duke of Saxe-Weimar.
The manuscript has been dated from its watermark to 1714–1716.
The theme of the last movement was borrowed for the first chorus of BWV 21.He installed in his place a king (Zedekiah) of his own choice, and after he had received rich tribute, he sent forth to Babylon.6 Against him (Jehoiakim) came up Nebuchadnezzar king of Babylon, and bound him in fetters, to carry him to Babylon. 9 Jehoiachin was eight years old when he began to reign; and he reigned three months and ten days in Jerusalem...Physical examination of a patient with Ludwig angina reveals a woody, tender floor of mouth and slight dyspnea (respiratory rate, 20/min).Monitoring in an intensive care unit setting with a pulse oximeter is a safe option.The concerto transcriptions of Johann Sebastian Bach date from his second period at the court in Weimar (1708–1717).