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Thomasschule, a musician presumably hired primarily to conduct services at the two principal churches. ❧ transitions, transformations, reversals 27 The clergy were not even invited to approve the decision or Bach’s contract. Council business was not always conducted even-handedly, at least not according to traditional privileges. Among the many ironies and contradictions underlying the negotiations in the Leipzig Town Council when Bach was hired as cantor are those that illustrate the tensions between the electorate’s aspiring absolutism and the city’s traditional autonomy.
74. Israel, Radical Enlightenment, 62. 75. See note 9 above. Chapter Two Tumultuous Philosophers, Pious Rebels, Revolutionary Teachers, Pedantic Clerics, Vengeful Bureaucrats, Threatened Tyrants, Worldly Mystics The Religious World Bach Inherited Carol K. Baron The religious world Bach inherited was as complex and diverse as our own.
8. Israel, Radical Enlightenment, 106–7; Albert Ward, Book Production, Fiction, and the German Reading Public, 1740–1800 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1974), 175, n. 2; quote is from J. Schmidt, Geschichte des geistigen Lebens in Deutschland von Leibniz auf Lessings Tod (Leipzig, 1862–64), ii, 186. 9. George Stauffer, “Leipzig: A Cosmopolitan Trade Centre,” in The Late Baroque Era: From the 1680s to 1740, ed. George J. Buelow (London: Granada Group/Macmillan Press, 1993), 269. For other descriptions of Leipzig, see Karl Czok, “Sächsischer Landsstaat zur Bachzeit,” Beiträge zur Bachforschung 1 (1982): 25–31; and Stauffer, “Leipzig,” in The New Groves Dictionary.