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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) was a famous German composer during the Baroque period.
Bach may also refer to:
- The musical dynasty of Johann Sebastian Bach – see Bach family
- BACH motif, a sequence of notes spelling his name
- Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach, a classical composer and son of Johann Sebastian Bach
- Johann Christian Bach, a classical composer. 11th and youngest son of Johann Sebastian Bach
- Wilhelm Friedemann Bach, a classical composer, second child and eldest son of Johann Sebastian Bach
- Vincent Bach, an Austro-American cornet and trumpet player and manufacturer
- others listed in Bach (surname)
- KBOQ, a radio station licensed to Monterey, California, United States, known as K-Bach prior to 2011
- WBQK, a radio station licensed to West Point, Virginia, United States, known as Bach FM
- WLTT, a radio station licensed to Carolina Beach, North Carolina, United States, known as Bach FM from 2011 to 2013
- Bach an der Donau, a town in the district of Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
- Bach, Austria, a municipality in the district of Reutte
- Bach, Lot, a commune in the department of Lot in France
- Bach quadrangle, located on the planet Mercury
- Bach (crater), located on the planet Mercury
- Bäch, a settlement of the Freienbach municipality in the canton of Schwyz in Switzerland
- Bäch railway station
- Bach, a German term for stream or brook, as in Weesener Bach
- Maybach, the engine company, a slang term
- The Brown Association for Cooperative Housing
- Vincent Bach Corporation, a brass instrument manufacturer
- Bill Bachrach (1879–1959), American swim coach known as "Bach"
- Yoel Sirkis (1561–1640), Polish posek and halakhist, known as "the Bach"
- Bach (New Zealand), a modest holiday home or beach house
- Bach (surname), people with the surname Bach
- Bachelor apartment, sometimes abbreviated "Bach"
- 1814 Bach, an asteroid
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