BACH motif

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Etymology[edit]

These four notes spell Bach's name; H is used in German musical nomenclature.

Noun[edit]

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BACH motif (plural BACH motifs)

  1. (music) A sequence of four notes (B flat, A, C, B natural), included in a piece of music as a homage to Johann Sebastian Bach.