Bach Bibliography
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1. Clement, Albert:   The Vocal Parts of Bach's Matthew Passion used by Mendelssohn in Leipzig, 1829: Some Considerations on the History and Meaning of the Surviving Materials. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
2. Elferen, Isabella van:   'Und ging hinaus, und weinete bitterlich': Music crossing Social Borders in C.P.E. Bach's Passions. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
3. Ellis, Mark:   Ritornello and Variation Processes in the Music of J. S. Bach. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
4. Erickson, Raymond:   Leipzig Theologians and the Early Enlightenment: A new avenue to the issue of Bach and the Jews. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
5. Hartinger, Anselm:   Bach and Zelenka: New light on the Musical Relationship between Two Contemporaries. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
6. Joyce, Elizabeth:   Bach and the Figure of the 'Good Shepherd'. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
7. Kenote, Marie Herseth:   Bach on the Border of Styles: A Fresh Look at the Controversies Surrounding the Autograph Manuscript of BWV 1032. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
8. Leaver, Robin A.:   The C.P.E. Bach 1790 Verzeichni▀: What do the Pictures Exhibit? [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
9. Leisinger, Ulrich:   Bachian Fugues in Mozart's Vienna. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
10. Maul, Michael:   Leipzig Church Music in the Shadow of Johann Sebastian Bach-Insights into the Cantatas of Johann Gottlieb G÷rner and Balthasar Schott. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
11. Paczkowski, Szymon:   Bach and the Story of an 'Aria tempo di Polonaise' for Joachim Friedrich Flemming. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
12. Talle, Andrew:   Two Catholic Bach Enthusiasts from Eighteenth-Century Fulda: Johann Heinrich Fischer and Fructuosus Roeder. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
13. Tomita, Yo:   'Most ingenious, most learned, and yet practicable work': The English reception of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in the first half of the nineteenth century seen through the editions published in London. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
14. Walker, Paul:   Bach's Use of Fugue in the Stile Antico Vocal Writing of the B-Minor Mass. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
15. Wollny, Peter:   Thoughts on Bach's Leipzig Cantatas. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)

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