In Eng., where it might have been thought that J. C. Bach would have encouraged study of his father's work, little was done until Samuel Wesley's concerts of J. S. Bach's mus. in 1808 and 1809. William Crotch also helped, but the main stimulus came from Mendelssohn's visits in 1829 and 1832, when he played Bach's org. works in St Paul's Cath. and elsewhere. In 1837 he had a section of the St Matthew Passion incl. in the Birmingham Fest. But it was not until the later 19th cent. that regular perfs. of Bach's mus. in Eng. began. Sterndale Bennett cond. first complete Eng. perf. of St Matthew Passion (in English) on 6 April 1854, in London. It was f.p. at Three Choirs Fest. 1871.
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