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Not quite the Ozzy Osbourne of the baroque period –though perhaps he was seen as such in regions where religious music was outlawed—J.S. Bach was a rebel in his time. His many struggles within the monarchical and aristocratic music establishment eventually landed him in prison, for reasons that pale in comparison to the egregious productions of Mayhem, or G.G. Allin and the Murder Junkies. Perhaps if born in a different era, he too would bite the head off of a bat in one hand while casting the mano cornuto with the other, in a sold out arena before his legions of pit moshing, body surfing, head banging fans. Instead, he was born, buried and eventually forgotten, hundreds of years before his countless zealots and adulating fans would re-discover him and elevate him to a status even greater than the Pope himself! Indeed, it was only a numbers game for Bach; just a few centuries after being disgraced, he would be resurrected, redeemed and ultimately crowned the greatest composer of all time. This is the story of Johann Sebastian Bach.