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Volume 53, No. 2

Edited by Ross W. Duffin and Christina Fuhrmann

Special Issue: J. S. Bach: Tuning and Temperament

Introduction
ROSS W. DUFFIN

The Notes Tell Us How to Tune
BRADLEY LEHMAN

The Harpsichord Meets the First Fret (and Other Tuning Practicalities)
JONATHAN SALZEDO

Stay Tuned: Temperament for Solo Lute 1600–1750
DAVID DOLATA

J. S. Bach, the Viola da Gamba, and Temperament 
in the Early Eighteenth Century
LOREN LUDWIG

Reconsidering Tonal Procedures in J. S. Bach’s First Year 
in Leipzig: Some Implications from the Wind-Player’s
 Perspective
GEOFFREY BURGESS

Intonation for Cello in the Music of J. S. Bach
JAAP TER LINDEN

Temperament, or De vita cum imperfectis
KENNETH SLOWIK

Reviews

Bach’s Legacy: The Music as Heard by Later Masters
by Russell Stinson

Review by ERINN E. KNYT

Bach—Eine Bildbiografie/Pictorial Biography by Michael Maul
Review by ZOLTAN SZABO

Baroque Music in Post-War Cinema by Donald Greig

Review by REBECCA FULOP

John Gunn: Musician Scholar in Enlightenment Britain
by George Kennaway

Review by ELIZABETH FORD

Contributors to This Volume

Martha Goldsworthy Arnold Fellowship at the Riemenschneider Bach Institute

American Bach Society Frances Alford Brokaw Grant 
at the Riemenschneider Bach Institute