33 Music Calendars, 33 Bach Calendars, 33 Cool Composers Calendars, 33 Music Calendars for Children:  Great Musicians Gifts, Many Great Music Gifts!


4 out of 99: music calendars and more music calendars. 99 calendars: from traditional to mega-cool.


Music calendars, music calendars. Do you have a little time? Plus are you interested in this "music calendar theme"? Then you are absolutely right here. Because starting in this season, you will find more different calendars related to the theme of "music", "Bach" and "classical composers" or great composers" and "music for children" nowhere, but here, on one of the websites of the Renate Bach Publishing House "Bach 4 You". This page of this website is produced to pause. To read. To relish. It's just such a page, where you stick to once in a while, because there is no so such page on the internet a second time. Here I have collected all and summarized everything, what you possibly want to know about the theme of calendar. You will be presented many title pages of the different calendars of the publishing house "Bach 4 You". Plus some more exciting pics about the theme of calendars. However ... if you are in a hurry, here already you can take a shortcut to the shop. Via this link.


Without much comment here you will find an overview of all 99 music calendars. There you don't have to read much, but exploring many calendars.

Or, you click to the area 9 value priced calendars related to the themes of "Bach,"Composers", Music" and "Music Calendars for Children right away.

If it's now February, March, April or May ... have you ever heard of a Valentine's Day calendar or a Mother's Day calendar? You will find it at "Bach 4 You".


Where Else on this Planet Would You Find that Number of Calendars Related to the Subjects of Bach, Composers and Music?


If you are looking for a calendar – and only for a calendar – than please decide here: To a summary about all 99 music calendars is where you get with a click here. Alternatively you get to the  sub sections Bach, composers, music and music for children, please click on the button below. The value priced calendars in all 4 categories is what you find with a click here. Of course, you get to the shop with that click. 


If you have Much Time Plus You Like It: Learn Exciting Things Here Regarding Calendars


Our whole pride and the first calendar of all in the Renate Bach Publishing House regarding Bach monuments. Accomplished in 2015, shortly after the season which would have been perfect for calendars. Starting with the year 2016 and after that 2017, it will surely be published every year. Probably way before most calendar publishing houses offer their calendars. 


You will be able to purchase this calendar  like all calendars of the publishing house "Bach 4 You"  every year again and again. There are more and more Bach fans on the planet and it would be a pity, if we only publish this beauty one or two years. Plus you have the option to buy it 8.3 inches by 11.7 inches, 11.7 inches by 16.5 inches and finally 16.5 inches by 23.4 inches. And here you get to the shop.


If you prefer music calendars with a grid and if you are looking for billions of music gifts  learn more. 


The Gregorian Calendar


The Gregorian calendar: It is exactly the calendar that is valid today all over the world. It is named after Pope Gregory XIII, it was created in 1582 and is a reformation of the calendar that was valid before that time. It was actually "decreed" by the Church at that time. With the so-called "Pontifical Bull of Inter Gravissimas". This Gregorian calendar not only replaced the calendar still valid in Germany at that time, but also various other calendars. Between 1582 and 1949, all states on earth finally followed it. The last state to adapt was China in 1949. So the changeover took a whole 367 years.


If you examine it closely, the Gregorian calendar is the reform of the previous one, the Julian calendar. But it is not completely different, it is only better. The counting scheme has been improved. In Thuringia, the change from the Julian calendar to the Gregorian calendar must have taken place at the exact time of Johann Sebastian Bach's birth, because for many years until our modern times, Bach scientists were not at all sure when exactly Bach was born. Some named the date after the Julian calendar, others after the Gregorian calendar. Finally, the Gregorian calendar was agreed upon and Bach was officially born on March 21, 1685.


From the 4th century to the 16th century, the predecessor of the Gregorian calendar was already ten full days behind. And that is why the Catholic Church decreed a stoppage of 10 days "in a row". Of course, at that time mankind was not enthusiastic about this. Even within the Catholic Church this leads to irritation, although the order came from none other than the pope himself.


And the followers of Martin Luther? Well, they certainly didn't want to go along with this change. If only for the reason that it was ordered by the Pope, the highest dignitary of the "other party", the Catholic Christians.


The error alone, namely that the year did not correspond to the solar year, was not the essential reason for changing the system, but it was in consequence the celebration of Easter, which became more and more incorrect  And for those who want to know exactly: the calendar system of the predecessor of the Gregorian calendar averaged 365.25 days, and this meant that Easter was celebrated one day more incorrectly every 130 years. However, this problem had not only been recognized in 1582, but had already been identified in 725 by a certain Beda Venerabilis, a Benedictine monk.


If you have become a real fan of the Gregorian calendar, you can get more information on the subject at Wikipedia. Keywords are synodic months, lunar compass, compustics, Nikolaus von Kues, the prutenic tables of Erasmus Reinhold and you can read what Julius Caesar had to do with everything. You learn about the solar equation, about solar years and also the moon equation and about the fact that the beginning of the year did not always fall on January 1st. In a table it is fantastically shown that from 1582 in the Holy Roman Empire the Gregorian calendar was valid, in the Duchy of Prussia in 1612, then in Scotland in 1752 and also in the colonies of the Kingdom of England in America, in 1873 in the Empire of Japan and finally in 1923 - as the penultimate state - in the Kingdom of Greece. As mentioned, the very last country was finally the People's Republic of China in 1949.


Already a short time, after the publishing house "Bach 4 You" released its first Bach calendar, its first composers calendar was ready to be published. It goes without saying it is in 3 sizes, too. It's a total of 12 historic front pages of different age-old weekly newspapers. A feast for the eyes in every office, in every waiting area and of course in your home. There are 9 value priced calendars and there are 90 "hot off" the press calendars. And that's a total of ... ? Right, exactly 99 music calendars.


One of the composers calendars: Already in size 8.3 inches by 11.7 inches the displayed age old newspaper is clearly readable. That is because the originals are so high quality, that is to say high resolution scanned. However, in size 16.5 inches by 23.4 inches it's an eye catching decorative wall decoration. In size 11.7 inches by 16.5 inches it something special, too.


From Here on, You Will Learn More about Calendars in General: The Julian Calendar


Would you have known? The Julian calendar is named after Julius Caesar and was introduced by him. Caesar lived from 100 B.C. to 44 B.C. and that means that this calendar has been valid for almost 1,700 long years. In the church area it is partly still valid today. It was first replaced in 1582 by the Gregorian calendar in the Holy Roman Empire. And finally in 1949 also in the People's Republic of China as last state. Thus, almost exactly after 2.000 years. However, it is doubtful whether China calculated around the birth of Christ according to the Julian calendar, and you can certainly find a hint to this with a detailed reading at Wiki. In science, the Julian calendar is also used to date events before the time of Caesar.


Before the Julian calendar there was a so-called Roman calendar as a twelve-month lunar calendar. Now and then - irregularly - it was adapted "a little". Incidentally, Caesar brought his knowledge about the creation of a calendar named after him with him from one of his journeys to Egypt. More precisely from Alexandria. Two astronomers introduced him to the system: a certain Sosigenes and another named Acoreus. At the time of Caesar, the calendar was not yet called Julian Calendar, but was named later to honor Caesar. In fact, even then, a calendar was set up with 11 months of 30 and 31 days and one month of 28 days. However, it was still called the Roman calendar for a long time. Exciting: First, in the leap years, February was shortened to 23 days and a 13th month, a leap month, was inserted, the so-called "Mensis intercalaris". A violent confusion arose because Caesar had ordered that every four years was a leap year. The responsible priests decided, however, that Caesar had meant that according to the inclusive count every third year was meant. It's like buying 10 sandwiches and getting one for free. And you postulate at the cash register: "You hand in nine coupons, and the tenth sandwich would generate the tenth coupon, so the tenth sandwich is free. A calculation fun for the best of the best.


Also amusing: The Roman calendar, that is the Julian calendar, was valid in the whole Roman Empire, but from area to area the beginnings of the year were different. Until 153, the year began on 1 March in Rome, on 29 August in Egypt and in what is now Turkey and Russia it was 1 September. In the western Mediterranean, in England, Germany and Switzerland it was 25 December and in Great Britain 25 March.


Most of the years in the different empires were not counted at all. The years were named after the acting consuls or after the foundation of the city of Rome. Later, in the West, the Christian calendar was adopted, but in the East, the calendar was still long "oriented to the creation of the world". And according to our calendar it was exactly in the year 5509 before Christ.


For those for whom this introduction to the Julian calendar was "quite nice", but who definitely want to know much more about it: You are in good hands with the really comprehensive wiki. And we will guide you there, too.


No, we are not kidding, it's no flimflam. Please don't feel fooled: Actually it's true, you can order this calendar in far beyond 1.25 billion options. In this very style. You have the choice between 36 experts of composition. From Bach to Beethoven, from Tchaikovsky until the American composer Sousa. However, we can not offer you on which month which composer will be placed by us. Sorry about that. 


By the way, if you are the first, who proofs  however a professional must check on it and confirm your math  that there are considerably fewer options than the mentioned number, you get an  11.7 inches by 16.5 inches calendar of that style for free. The legal process however is no option. Here you discover all the monthly calendar if we chose the masters. Then it's a hot off the press calendar. Plus here you can discover all 36 composers, means all the 36 options you have. If you like this one just add a flat fee of € 10. Your fastest way to the shop: click here. 

You don't have to display classical composers always with the "dust of the last centuries". Sorry, we meant "historic, just to be correct. Alternatively it's possible to paint them cool, too. Stylish and cool. That is particularly true for this calendar, which you can combine for your home. Or for your grandfather, your aunt or your favorite music teacher. However, maybe you find the suggestion and the decision of the publishing house that exciting, and you save this agony of choice plus a few Euros. Here you get to the selection, here are 36 experts in the musicians league.


The Egyptian Calendar


The Egyptian calendar was a so-called natural calendar with stellar orientation. The star Sirius was the pivotal point and time was oriented at that time on the annual Nile flood, the flooding of wide areas of land by the lifeline Nile. Already in the year 237 the previous Egyptian calendar was reformed and a leap day was introduced. They tinkered a so-called Heriu-renpet day into the "normal years". But when the inventor died, the leap day was buried with him again. Since that time the two Egyptian calendars existed a little bit side by side. 


The fun began with the calendar in Egypt with the Egyptian Civil Lunar Calendar and the Sothic year, which had an average of exactly 365.250015 days.


By the way, even in Egypt people have not worked according to this calendar for a long time, which is relatively well known. But that the Nile flood does not exist since the construction of the Aswan dam is relatively unknown. By the way, it was built in 1964, at which time at the latest, one would have had to reorientate anyway. Here you can find tons more information about the dam and tons more information about the Egyptian calendar. Of course this info ... on a website about calendars.


There is only one Bach! However, there are many, many artists, who painted a portrait of Bach. The most famous, no doubt, is Haussmann, who actually lived in Leipzig, when Bach was still living and working in Leipzig. In black and white this calendar is a noble Bach calendar and matches in many a room, in which different calendars might not fit at all. Check on all 12 monthly pages with a click here.


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The next calendar, absolutely without any color paint: This design is a landscape design and is a blessing for the eyes in each living area. All 12 monthly pages is what you can find in the composers calendars section. In the shop. There select the correct "department" and then click on the corresponding calendar. Scroll down under the price information and there it is ... the inside of this calendar that interests you. 


Yes, sort of like this is how you know Mr. Mozart. Plus you know the most famous pictures of more famous composers. However, if you find them here and there on the internet, you make no calendars our of your finds. There is no copyright problem, as these pictures are all old enough. However: The resolution is not just poor, it's way to poor. So a young painter has re painted these beauties for our mission. Close to the original, with a little different background and all of them are lay outed into 12 cool monthly pages. This calendar on your wall, a piano in front of it and somebody who is playing this piano. Isn't that an imagination of a "musical general concept"!? 


They are 12 exceptions composers, which we have chosen for you. So we hope very much, that your favorites are among them. Next step was to decide for well known classical portraits of exactly those composers. We let young painters all over the world paint them again, so all the portraits are high resolution without any compromise, even printed in a size of 16.5 inches by 23.4 inches. All that resulted in the left calendar above. One more artist created a little more of a compromise and did it "a little more blue". So now 12 Tone poets from classical pictures, but in a modern interpretation decorate one calendar one full year long. So to speak, the dust of the last centuries fell of the portraits and the spirit of the 21st century is added. What a composition. Are you excited, how all the 12 monthly pages look like? That is what you find out easily with a click here.


It goes without saying that you will also find very young, cheeky and cool portraits of Bach, of many composers, at a calendar publishing house that specializes in music topics, in great classical composers and in Johann Sebastian Bach ... and on the subject of music anyway. 99 calendars, that is 33 music calendars, 33 composers calendars and 33 music calendars ... there is really one for every taste.


The Moon Calendar


The moon calendar, or lunar calendar, is based exclusively on the course of the moon. And if you want to know that exactly, then it is the "Free Lunar Calendar" or the "Unbound Lunar Calendar". In one of the world religions, the calendar is based on the lunar calendar: namely the Islamic calendar. Exciting is the fact that a person who is 34 years old according to Islamic tradition ... but counted in solar years, can also be only 33 years old. 100 solar years correspond to 103 years according to the lunar calendar. The Prophet Mohammed decreed the reuse of this lunar calendar in the 7th century, although the Julian calendar was already in use in the rest of the world. In summary, the lunar calendar can be regarded as quite complicated and whoever has fallen in love with the topic ... or just wants to know more about it ...  please continue here. If you are interested even more and want to become a specialist in all kinds of calendars: Here can also get information about a "Tebtunis Lunar Calendar". And on this website you can get as much information about lunar calendars as a Biorhythm Calendar.


There a re so many dreamlike postage stamps related to the subject of Bach and to the subject of composers. "Bach 4 You", the Renate Bach Publishing House, offers three calendars "Musicians on Stamps": That is firstly Johann Sebastian Bach on 12 different postage stamps. Next is 12 single postage stamps, that show one composer on one postage stamp and finally there is the crowning finish a calendar, where per monthly page several composers are displayed. To the shop?


The Biorhythm Calendar


The Biorhythm Calendar is an exciting alternative approach to coping with life. First of all, it is best to imagine an 8.3 inch x 11.7 inch size sheet of paper placed in front of you in landscape format. Using a horizontal line, divide the page in half, an upper and a lower half. From left to right, one day follows the other, day 1 on the left, day 30, 31 or even 28 on the far right. The human rhythm, as the biorhythm calendar is thought, runs in 3 waves: There is the female wave, the male wave and the mental wave. All three waves begin on the zero line, from the moment of birth, at the exact hour if possible. The waves take different lengths of time for a cycle. Each wave is above the center line half of the time, the other half below. So already after a short time, waves in most different constellations show opposite up and down. The rule now says that a particularly critical day for a test person is when the male or female wave crosses the horizontal line mentioned above. If both waves are in the upper, the positive range, then a particularly positive phase results for the time of the common presence in the upper range. However, if both waves are in the lower half, then there is a negative specification for this common time. However, this thesis is not scientifically proven, but some people swear by it. The wave movement begins - as mentioned - with the birth and is also oriented towards it, if you experiment with it for the first time 50 years later. The male line is also the physical one, the female one corresponds to the emotional state. The rhythms are physically 23 days, emotionally 28 days and mentally 33 days from crossing the horizontal line to the next such event. There is some exciting reading on the topic and on the internet you will of course find an exciting online calculation.


There are many portraits around of Bach. Some of them are world famous, others are at least from considerable artists and there are uncountable ones from these artists, of never ever a human has heard. It's a pity Vivian is one of those artists of the last category and for our Bach mission she painted the most known portraits of Haussmann, Ihle and Rentsch and many more in her own personal style. And meanwhile we combined 12 of them to an exciting calendar, a Bach calendar.


In many years you meet many young artists, who all have their own personal style with painting. We let all paint in their "absolutely personal style", when it came to interpret Bach, or better, the Haussmann portrait of Johann Sebastian Bach. 12 styles of really different artists is what we combined after that to a cool, modern calendar about Johann Sebastian Bach. 


The Farmer's Calendar (... in Germany)


A funny thing right at the beginning: There is a German farmers' calendar (... please don't consider this link too serious), but there is also a Swiss farmers' calendar. And there is a young farmers' calendar. In addition, there is an Old Farmers' Calendar, the so-called Mandl Calendar. But we are now particularly interested in the 100-year-old farmers' calendar. Or also the farming rules based on the 100-year-old calendar. This Old Peasant Calendar has been published for 300 years. Approximately ... and pretty much in the same form and shape. Now, if you're interested in all that much more: There is also a Salzburg (Austria) Farmers' Calendar and the Internet offers exciting pages on exactly this kind of calendar: Click here for the German Farmer's Calendar. Click here for the Swiss farmers' calendar. And here is the link to the 100-year-old calendar.


What a specialty: It is a combination from exciting historic portraits plus cool and stylish modern paintings. A calendar which is perfect in a real big size, such as 16.5 inches by 23.4 inches. You actually hunt for a long time to get hand on such jewels - historic ones and modern ones - so you finally have 12 of both style for a calendar. However, we accomplished it: Why don't you explore all the 12 monthly pages? With a click here.


The Perpetual Calendar


Here I have to give up, because it would be too complicated to explain it on one of my website pages. If you are so enthusiastic about calendars and also interested beyond that, then it's good that you now know: Namely that there is the perpetual calendar. And here it now goes to Wiki and there you can "get smart".


What a cool wall decoration, what a great idea. A calendar for kids, to hang it in their bedroom or to give it as a gift to grandpa and grandma. It is a Bach calendar to color. 12 stops, which were of importance in Bach's life. 


The Maya Calendar


The Mayan calendar is an astronomical calendar. In short, it can be summarized that the Maya had invented the calendar, that is, the Mayan calendar and then died out for unexplainable reasons.


Well, of course that was not the case. In short, you can sum up that the calendar is based on a twenty system and was used for ritual purposes, among other things. One calendar round lasted 52 years. This system is one of the few that is not based on the rhythm of the sun and moon. The whole thing is so complicated, however, that the link to an explanatory  website should suffice here. Of course it is, as so often ...  Wikipedia.


"Music calendars, music calendars". On a website with this motto and with an offer of 99 music calendars of y tiny publishing house, a final but one motif on the title page can't just be a different, but again one cooler music calendar, more precisely in this case, a stylish composers calendar.


Okay ... two more music calendars. On the left side it's a 2022 music calendar, on the right side it's one more composers calendar (... a music calendar at the same time).


"Bach 4 You" ... that is More than Pipe Organ Calendars, Composers Calendars, Bach Calendars and Music Calendars


On the left it is a Bach calendar with really special Bach treasures. On the right it is the Bach statue or, alternatively the Bach monument. In the shop you get this works in 2 sizes.


Did you know that the publishing house "Bach 4 You" is a specialist when it comes to music T-shirts, music calendars and music mugs? Learn more. 


Does it need any explanation?


On the left a Bach calendar, on the right a Bach T-shirt.





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