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Volume XLIV, No. 1 (2013)

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MENDELSSOHN AND THE SCHÜBLER CHORALES, BWV 645–650: A NEW SOURCE FOUND IN THE RIEMENSCHNEIDER BACH INSTITUTE COLLECTION

Nobuaki Ebata, Yo Tomita, and Ian Mills

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH, CARL PHILIPP EMANUEL BACH, AND JOHANN JACOB FROBERGER: THE DISSEMINATION OF FROBERGER'S CONTRAPUNTAL WORKS IN LATE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY BERLIN
 
Akira Ishii
 
IN MEMORIUM: ELINORE LOUISE BARBER
 
Laura Kennelly 

 

 

Volume XLIII, No. 2 (2012)

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NOTE FROM THE GUEST EDITOR (Mary Greer)
 
MASONIC ALLUSIONS IN THE DEDICATIONS OF TWO CANONS BY J. S. BACH, BWV 1078 AND 1075
Mary Greer
 
THE CHORALE CANTATA IN LEIPZIG: THE COLLABORATION BETWEEN SCHELLE AND CARPZOV IN 1689–1690 AND BACH’S CHORALE CANTATA CYCLE
Markus Rathey
 
REVIEW: The Organs of J. S. Bach: A Handbook, by Christoph Wolff and Markus Zepf 
Daniel Zager

 

 

Volume XLIII, No. 1 (2012)

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BACH AT MID-LIFE: THE CHRISTMAS ORATORIO AND THE SEARCH FOR NEW PATHS

Robert L. Marshall

J. S. BACH'S MEINE SEEL'ERHEBT DEN HERREN (BWV 10) AS CHORALE CANTATA AND MAGNIFICAT PARAPHRASE

Mark A. Peters

JOHANN SEBASTIAN BACH'S PASSIONS: RECENT PUBLICATIONS AND TRENDS IN CURRENT SCHOLARSHIP

Markus Rathey

REVIEWS:

Bach's Dialogue with Modernity. By John Butt.

William R. Everdell

The Musician in Literature in the Age of Bach. By Stephen Rose.

Mark A. Peters

 

Volume XLII, No. 2 (2011)

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PREFACE TO THE FACSIMILE REPRODUCTION OF THE ORIGINAL EDITION OF GOTTFRIED KIRCHHOFF'S L'A.B.C. MUSICAL CONTENANT DES PRELUDES ET DES FUGUES LES TONS POUR L'ORGUE, OU LE CLAVECIN . . . AMSTERDAM, C. 1734

Anatoly Milka

SUGGESTIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH INTO BACH AND THECHORALE: ASPECTS OF REPERTOIRE, PEDAGOGY, THEORY,AND PRACTICE

Robin A. Leaver

A PREVIOUSLY UNKNOWN SOURCE FOR THE ORGELBÜCHLEIN:YALE MISC. MS. 545

Emerson Morgan

 

Volume XLII, No. 1 (2011)

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THE BACH-SCHEIBE CONTROVERSY: NEW DOCUMENTATION

Beverly Jerold

THE SACRED CODES OF THE SIX-PART RICERCAR

Zoltán Göncz

 THE ORTHODOX LUTHERANISM OF MATTHESON AND BACH

Joyce Irwin


 Volume XLI, No. 2 (2010)

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C. P. E. BACH'S EVANGELIST: JOHANN HEINRICH MICHEL
Paul Corneilson..............................................................
 
AN ENIGMATIC LEGACY: TWO INSTRUMENTAL WORKS ATTRIBUTED TO WILHELM FRIEDEMANN
David Schulenberg.............................................. 

Volume XLI, No. 1 (2010)

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THE ROYAL THEME'S HIDDEN SYMMETRY: IN DEFENSE OF THE CONCISE SOLUTION TO THE AUGMENTATION  CANON IN J. S. BACH'S MUSICAL OFFERING
Timothy Edwards..............................................................
 
THE FORMATION OF BACH'S MOTIFS: CHAPTER TWO OF ANDRÈ PIRRO'S L'ESTHÈTIQUE DE JEAN-SÈBASTIEN BACH
Joe Armstrong, translator..............................................
 
REVIEWS:
 
Bachs lateinische Kirchenmusik (Das Bach-Handbuch, vol. 2). Editors, Reinmar Emans and Sven Hiemke.
Kerry McCarthy
 
The Early Flute: A Practical Guide. By Rachel Brown.
Sean Gabriel 

 

Volume XL, No. 2 (2009)

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G. H. STÖLZEL'S PRACTISCHER BEWEISS: A HITHERTO UNCONSIDERED SOURCE FOR J. S. BACH'S FOURTEEN CANONS
Elise Crean...............................................................
 
FROM PARTIMENTO FUGUE TO THOROUGHBASS FUGUE: NEW PERSPECTIVES
Maxim Serebrennikov..............................................
 
FUGUES WITHOUT WORDS: A HEARING OF FOUR FUGUES FROM THE WELL-TEMPERED CLAVIER AS PASSION MUSIC
Timothy A. Smith...................................................

  

      Volume XL, No. 1 (2009)

 

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Alumni and Externals in the Choirs of the Thomas School During Bach's Time                  AndreasGlöckner.....

 The Hungry Soul: Communion Mystics and Physiology in J. S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion

Isabella van Elferen...

The American Image of Bach from a German Emigré's Perspective: Gerhard Herz and the Modern American Bach Movement

Anne Leahy.

The Earliest Complete Performance of the St. Matthew Passion

Katharine Pardee...

Reviews:

The End of Early Music: A Period Performer's History of Music for the Twenty-First Century. By Bruce Haynes.

Ross W. Duffin.

Baroque Piety. Religion, Society, and Music in Leipzig 1650--1750. By Tanya Kevorkian. 

Markus Rathey

The Authors ..........................................................................................................................................................................88

Martha Goldsworthy Arnold Fellowship...............................................................................................90

 

 

Volume XXXIX, No. 2 (2008)

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Fantasy and Fugue in G Minor (BWV 542): A Source Study for Organists William H. Bates [additional material] & p. 2 of article]

 

 

Volume XXXIX, No. 1 (2008)

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Clara Schumann's Bach Book: A Neglected Document of the Bach Revival  Russell Stinson

Volume XXXVIII, No. 2 (2007)

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"For the Church as Well as for the Orchestra": J. S. Bach, the Missa, and the Dresden Court, 1700 to 1750  Mary Oleskiewicz

From Bull to Bach: In Search of the Precedents for the "Complete" Version of the Canon by Augmentation and Contrary Motion in J. S. Bach's Musical Offering  Denis Collins

Bach and the Story of an "Aria tempo di Polonaise" for Joachim Friedrich Flemming Szymon Paczkowski

 

Volume XXXVIII, No. 1 (2007)

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Two Unlikely Sisters: The "Cross" and the "Crosses" in BWV 12 and 69A Markus Rathey

Nikolaus Gerber's Rediscovered Manuscript of Johann Sebastian Bach's Suite in E Minor (BWV 996): A Copy of Bach's Hiterto Unknown Revised  Christoph Öhm-Köhnle

The Baldwin Wallace University Bach Legacy at 75 Years Tom Riemenschneider and Laura Kennelly

Martha Goldsworthy Arnold Fellowship: Announcement

Volume XXXVII, No. 2 (2006)

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On the Problems of Parody and Style in the "Et resurrexit" from the Mass in B minor by Johann Sebastian Bach  Szymon Paczkowski

Telemann and the French Style Revisited: Transformative Imitation in the Ensemble Suites (TWV 55) and Structure in Bach's Fifth Prelude  Ian Payne

"Vor Deinen Thron Tret ich": The Eschatological Significance of the Chorale Settings of the P271 Manuscript of the Berlin Staatsbibliothek Anne Leahy

In Memorium: Alfred Mann Melvin Unger

 

Volume XXXVII, No. 1 (2006)
 

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Motif and Structure in Bach's Fifth Prelude  Mark Ellis

Analysis of Spectra in J. S. Bach's Prelude and Fugue, BWV 552 Timothy Corlis

The Augmentation Canon in J. S. Bach's Musicalisches Opfer  Thomas Op de Coul

REVIEW:

Johann Sebastian Bach: Christmas Oratorio (BWV 248). Ignace Bossuyt (tr. Stratton Bull).  Kerry McCarthy

 

 Volume XXXVI, No. 2 (2005)

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Bach and the Middle Ages  E. Frederick Flindell  (first page)

Letter [Gertrud Schmeling Mara and Johann Adam Hiller, 1766] Beverly Jerold  (first page)

Corrections

 

Volume XXXVI, No. 1 (2005)

The Nature of Bach's Italian Concerto BWV 971   Federico Garcia

A Reconsideration of Bach's Role as Text Redactor in the Ziegler Cantatas    Mark A. Peters

Bach's Lament about Leipzig's Professional Instrumentalists    Beverly Jerold

REVIEWS

Bach Studies from Dublin. Edited by Anne Leahy and Yo Tomita  Kerry McCarthy, reviewer

Volume XXXV, No. 2 (2004)
 

From Ohrdruf to Mühlhausen: A Subversive Reading of Bach's Relationship to Authority  Sara  Botwinick

REVIEWS

Gnadengegenwart. Johann Sebastian Bach im Kontext lutherischer Orthodoxie und Frömmigkeit. By Renate Steiger Mark Bangert, reviewer

The Organ Music of J. S. Bach. By Peter Williams Markus Rathey, reviewer

 

Volume XXXV, No. 1 (2004)

"Recht bitter und doch süße": Textual and Musical Expression of Mystical Love in German Baroque Meditations of Christ's Passion     Isabella Van Elferen

The Ultimate Goal of Bach's Art     Martin Geck

Johann Christoph Bach's New Organ for Eisenach's Georgenkirche     Lynn Edwards Butler

Fasch and the Beginning of Modern Artistic Choral Singing     Beverly Jerold

Volume XXXIV, No. 2 (2003)

On the Inner Correlation of the Six Chorales BWV 645-650 and its Significance    Albert Clement

Tatlow's Bach and Bach's Signatures in The Goldberg Variations  Walter Schenkman

Volume XXXIV, No. 1 (2003)

Embracing Faith: The Duet as Metaphor in Selected Sacred Cantatas by J. S. Bach   Mary Greer

The Willard Palmer Collection at the Riemenschneider Bach Institute    Laura Kennelly

Volume XXXIII, No. 2 (2002)

Editorial Decisions for Ornaments in Bach's Works   Beverly Jerold

Bach's Occasional Canon BWV 1073 and "Stacked" Canonic Procedure in the Eighteenth Century  Denis Collins

Dialogue Structures in J. S. Bach's Cantatas: The Basic Form of Worship as a Model for Artistic Shaping   Renate Steiger

CD Review: Johann Sebastian Bach: Art of the Fugue, Peter Elyakim Taussig, Piano Solo    Robert Mayerovitch, reviewer

Volume XXXIII, No. 1 (2002)

European Bach Interpretation at the Turn of the Millennium   Nicholas Baumgartner

The Galant Style in J. S. Bach's Musical Offering: Widening the Dimensions   Greg Butler

Johann Sebastian Bach and the "New Gusto" in Music Around 1740   Christian Ahrens

 

Volume XXXII, No. 1 (2001)

The Text of "Gott ist Mein ist mein König" BWV 71 Daniel R. Melamed

Psalm and the Well-Tempered Clavier II: Revisiting the Old Question of Bach's Source of Inspiration  Yo Tomita

Telemann's Fragmentary Ensemble Version of Keyboard Ouverture, TWV 32:16 and the "Consort" Element in the Pre-C. 1730 Keyboard Suites  Ian Payne

Schweitzer and Bach Elinore Barber 

Gerhard Herz (September 24, 1911 - September 3, 2000 [page 2] Alfred Mann

 

 

 

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