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Johann Sebastian Bach (1685–1750) was a German composer of the Baroque period.
Bach may also refer to:
- 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
- The Brown Association for Cooperative Housing, in Providence, Rhode Island, United States
- Vincent Bach Corporation, a brass instrument manufacturer
- Bach family, of importance in the history of music
- Bach (surname)
- Bach (actor) (Charles-Joseph Pasquier, 1882–1953), French actor, singer and music hall performer
- Barbara Bach (1947– ), American actress and model
- Bill Bachrach (1879–1959), American swim coach known as "Bach"
- Kristina Bach (1962– ), German "Schlager" singer
- Richard Bach (1936– ), American writer
- Sebastian Bach (1968– ), Canadian singer, frontman of Skid Row
- King Bach, famous youtuber and viner
- Yoel Sirkis (1561–1640), Polish posek and halakhist, known as "the Bach"
- Bach, Austria, a municipality in Reutte
- Bach, Lot, a commune in France
- Bach, Michigan, an unincorporated community in Sebewaing Township
- Bach an der Donau, a town in Regensburg, Bavaria, Germany
- Bach Ice Shelf, on Alexander Island, Antarctica
- Bach quadrangle, on the planet Mercury
- Bach (crater), on the planet Mercury
- Bäch, a settlement of the Freienbach municipality in Schwyz, Switzerland
- Bäch railway station, in Freienbach, Switzerland
- Bach (journal), an academic journal of Baroque music
- Bach (New Zealand), a modest holiday home or beach house
- 1814 Bach, an asteroid
- BACH motif, a sequence of notes
- Bạch, a Vietnamese surname
- Bach flower remedies, homeopathic solutions
- Bache (disambiguation)
- Bach House (disambiguation)
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