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1. Frolova-Walker, Marina:   Forward to Communism, Back to Bach: How Socialist Realist was Shostakovich's First Symphony. [p]AMS_Washington (Oct 2005)
2. Matthew-Walker, Robert:   Apollo's Mass in B Minor. MOpinion 123/1421 (Spring 2000)
3. Matthew-Walker, Robert:   Bach-Paganini Violin Festival. MOpinion 131/1460 (Sep-Oct 2007)
4. Matthew-Walker, Robert:   B minor Mass at St Martin's. MOpinion 126/1436 (Sep-Oct 2003)
5. Robson, R. Walker:   An Intruded Fortissimo in Bach. MTimes 77/1118 (Apr 1936), 349
6. Walker, Daniel Pickering:   Studies in Musical Science in the Late Renaissance. (1978), 174p
7. Walker, Diane Parr; Walker, Paul:   German Sacred Polyphonic Vocal Music between Schütz and Bach: Sources and Critical Editions. (1992), xxxv, 434p
8. Walker, Diane Parr; Walker, Paul:   Sources of German Polyphonic Vocal Music Between Schütz and Bach: A Report on Work in Progress. [p]AMS_Capital (Apr 1986)
9. Walker, Ernest:   An Oxford Collection of Mendelssohniana. MLetters 19/4 (Oct 1938), 426-428
10. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Gedenk' an uns mit deiner Liebe.' ('O think on us with Thy compassion.') From the Cantata 'Wir danken dir, Gott.' (Composed for the election of the Leipzig Town Council in 1731.) / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 2 (1901), 5p
11. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Gottes Engel weichen nie.' ('God's own angels never go.') From the Cantata 'Man singet mit Freuden vom Sieg.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 7 (1901), 10p
12. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Ich esse mit Freuden mein weniges Brot.' ('I eat with gladness my scanty bread.') From the Cantata 'Ich bin vergnügt.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 6 (1901), 12p
13. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Ich wünschte mir den Tod.' ('I should have wished for death.') From the Cantata 'Selig ist der Mann,' a dialogue between 'Jesus' and 'Die Seele.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 4 (1901), 8p
14. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Jesus soll mein erstes Wort.' ('Jesus my first word shall be.') From the Cantata 'Gott, wie dein Name, so ist auch dein Ruhm.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 9 (1901)
15. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Liebster Jesu, mein Verlangen.' ('Dearest Saviour, whom I long for.') From the Cantata of the same title. / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 3 (1901), 7p
16. Walker, Ernest:   Mass in B minor composed by J. S. Bach. (1908), 18p
17. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Mein Jesus will es thun.' ('This will my Saviour do.') From the Cantata 'Alles nur nach Gottes Willen.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 5 (1901), 8p
18. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Mein Seelenschatz ist Gottes Wort' ('My soul's delight is God's own Word.') From the Cantata: 'Gleich wie der Regen.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 1 (1901), 6p
19. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Ruhet hie, matte Töne.' ('Now be still, languid music.') From the Wedding Cantata for Soprano: 'O holder Tag, erwünschte Zeit.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 10 (1901), 10p
20. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   Selected Arias / J. S. Bach SelectedArias(Walker) (1901), 67p
21. Walker, Ernest (arr.):   'Stein, der über alle Schätze' ('Stone, above all others precious.') From the Cantata 'Tritt auf die Glaubensbahn.' / J. S. Bach. SelectedArias(Walker) 8 (1901)
22. Walker, Ernest:   The Associated Board's edition of Bach's 'Forty-eight' MLetters 12/4 (Oct 1931), 378-383
23. Walker, Francis Geoffrey (arr.):   Fugue in E major from the '48' / J. S. Bach HinrichsenEd 1c (1957), 5p
24. Walker, Francis Geoffrey (arr.):   Pastoral symphony from Christmas oratorio / J. S. Bach CramersLibOrgM 50 (1953), 11p
25. Walker, Francis Geoffrey (arr.):   Prelude and fugue on B-A-C-H / J.S. Bach. CramersLibOrgM 56 (1954), 15p
26. Walker, Frank:   A Little Bach Discovery. MLetters 31/2 (Apr 1950), 184
27. Walker, Luise (arr.):   Ausgewählte Stücke für Gitarre / Johann Sebast. Bach. (1973), 16p
28. Walker, Paul:   Bach's Use of Fugue in the Stile Antico Vocal Writing of the B-Minor Mass. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006)
29. Walker, Paul:   Bach's Use of Fugue in the Stile Antico Vocal Writing of the B-Minor Mass. [cr]Belfast2007 2 (2007), 368-386
30. Walker, Paul (ed.):   Church, Stage, and Studio: Music and Its Contexts in Seventeenth-Century Germany. [ce]ChurchStageStudio (1990), 396p
31. Walker, Paul:   Die Entstehung der Permutationsfuge. BachJb 75 (1989), 21-41
32. Walker, Paul:   Die Fuge in den Vokalwerken von Buxtehude und Bruhns. [p]ISK_Luebeck (Apr 2000)
33. Walker, Paul:   Die Fuge in den Vokalwerken von Dieterich Buxtehude und Nicolaus Bruhns. [cr]Lübeck2000 (2002), 256-271
34. Walker, Paul:   Fingering, Bach and the Wegweiser. EarlyKStudNL 1/3 (1985), 1-5
35. Walker, Paul:   From Renaissance 'Fuga' to Baroque Fugue: The Role of the 'Sweelinck Theory Manuscripts'. SchützJb 7-8 (1985-86), 93-104
36. Walker, Paul:   From Renaissance Fuga to Baroque Fugue: The Role of the 'Sweelinck Theory Manuscripts'. [p]AMS_Vancouver (Nov 1985)
37. Walker, Paul:   Fugue in the Music-Rhetorical Analogy and Rhetoric in the Development of Fugue. BachPerspectives 4 (1999), 159-179
38. Walker, Paul:   Rhetoric, the ricercar, and J. S. Bach's Musical Offering. BachStud 2 (1995), 175-191
39. Walker, Paul:   The origin of the permutation fugue. StudHistM(NY) 3 (1993), 51-91
40. Walker, Paul:   Zur Geschichte des Kontrasubjekts und zu seinem Gebrauch in den frühesten Klavier- und Orgelfugen Johann Sebastian Bachs. [cr]Rostock1990 (1995), 48-69
41. Walker, Paul Mark:   Fugue in German Theory from Dressler to Mattheson. diss. (1987), x, 664p
42. Walker, Paul Mark:   Theories of Fugue from the Age of Josquin to the Age of Bach. EastmanStudM 13 (2000), 485p
43. Walker, W. Seymour (ed.):   JIG FUGUE in G major / J. S. Bach. (1936), 6p

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