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1. Ashley, Tim:   The butcher of Bach. Why has this man taken the St Matthew Passion and thrown half of it away? Guardian (28 Jan 2005),12102,1399764,00.html#article_continue
2. Service, Tom:   Christmas with Bach. 'The music seemed to surround me on all sides, the audience swept up by the essential alchemy of Bach's work'. Guardian (12 Dec 2005)
3. Harding, Luke; Higgins, Charlotte:   Forgotten Bach aria turns up in shoebox. Guardian (8 Jun 2005),11711,1501487,00.html
4. McEwan, Ian:   Christmas with Bach. 'No one before or since could make voices or instruments sing simultaneous melodies of such beautiful and interlocking separateness'. Guardian (12 Dec 2005), 8.
5. Rusbridger, Alan:   Sir John's passion. Guardian (12 Dec 2005), 10-13. John Eliot Gardiner, one of the world's foremost interpreters of Bach, tells Alan Rusbridger why he embarked on a 'pilgrimage' to record every one of the composer's 200 cantatas.
6. Marr, Andrew; Haim, Emmanuelle; Greer, Germaine; Quatro, Suzi; Bostridge, Ian; Motion, Andrew; Mitchell, Katie:   So what's so good about Bach then? Guardian (12 Dec 2005), 14-15. For some it is the mathematical precision of his compositions. For others it is the passionate cry of his soul infusing the music. Here, some famous fans say why they love JSB.
7. Butt, John:   The universal musician. Guardian (12 Dec 2005), 16-19. Bach has been borrowed by innumerable causes, from religion to modernism. John Butt examines a life with many meanings.
8. Tilden, Imogen:   Bach: where to find him. Guardian (12 Dec 2005), 21, 23. Once available only as sheet music, Bach's best-known works can now ben downloaded. Imogen Tilden offers a guide.

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