Google Doogle’s first-ever AI tribute celebrates 16th century musician Johann Sebastian Bach

To celebrate the anniversary of  German composer and musician Johann Sebastian Bach, Google created a doodle with its first ever Artificial Intelligence. The composer was primarily known for his exceptional work as an organist.

He is also known for his ability to understand how to build and repair the complex inner mechanisms of pipe organs.

The same was depicted in today’s doodle, users could generate their own tunes and share them online.

Bach was born in a small German town of Eisenach in the year 1685 in a family of great musicians. In fact, even his father played on multiple instruments and also worked as director of the town’s musicians.

Bach was raised by his brother, also a musician, after their father passed away when he was just 10 years old.

Born on the 31st of March 1685, Bach, a musician of the Baroque period, passed away at the age of 63, on 28th  July 1750. He is known for his instrumental compositions such as the Art of Fugue, the Brandenburg Concertos, and the Goldberg Variations as well as for vocal music such as the St Matthew Passion and the Mass in B minor.

Since the 19th-century, Bach’s Revival has been regarded as one of the greatest compositions of all times.

In today’s doodle, Google gives an interactive experience to the players to compose a melody of their choice.