I'm certainly a big fan of the music of J. S. Bach, and always have been. And so I'm trying--really trying--to like the music of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach. He was the second child and eldest son of J. S. and Maria Barbara Bach. There were other Bach sons who became composers as well, and to my taste, none of them ever achieved what their father could. But to me--well, I just think that Wilhelm Friedemann is deservedly obscure.
The liner notes of this album state: "...his bold ideas were far ahead of his time...It is a rare concert today that includes music from his pen". I think the reason for that is that his music just isn't very interesting.
You are certainly entitled to form your own opinions regarding his music, but if there are any W. F. Bach fans out there, I'd like to know what you hear in his music that I don't.