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1. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Canonic Sequence in Theory and Practice: A musical-rhetorical study of its origins, and development in keyboard music to 1750. diss. (1973)
2. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Fantasia as Musical Image. MQ 60/4 (Oct 1974), 602-615
3. Butler, Gregory G.:   Fugue and Rhetoric. JMTheory 21/1 (Spring 1977), 49-109
4. Butler, Gregory G.:   Konrad Friedrich Hurlebusch and His Influence on J. S. Bach. [p]AMS_PacificNorthwest (Nov 1977)
5. Butler, Gregory G.:   New Research on J. S. Bach's Dritter Teil der Klavierübung (1739). [p]AMS_Minneapolis (Oct 1978)
6. Butler, Gregory G.:   Ordering Problems in J. S. Bach's Art of the Fugue Resolved. [p]AMS_Biltmore (Nov 1979)
7. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach and the Schemelli Gesangbuch Revisited. [p]AMS_PacificNorthwest (Nov 1979)
8. Butler, Gregory G.:   Leipziger Stecher in Bachs Origianldrucken. BachJb 66 (1980), 9-26
9. Butler, Gregory G.:   Music and Rhetoric in early 17th century English sources. MQ 66/1 (Jan 1980), 53-64
10. Butler, Gregory G.:   Mattheson's Der vollkommene Capellmeister and J. S. Bach's Late Fugal Writing. [p]AMS_Boston (Nov 1981)
11. Butler, Gregory G.:   Borrowings in J. S. Bach's Klavierübung III. [p]AMS_PacificNorthwest (Apr 1981)
12. Butler, Gregory G.:   Borrowings in J. S. Bach's Klavierübung III. CanadianUnivMReview 4 (1983), 204-217
13. Butler, Gregory G.:   Der vollkommene Capellmeister as a stimulus to J. S. Bach's late fugal writing. [ce]NewMatthesonStudies (1983), 293-305
14. Butler, Gregory G.:   Ordering Problems in J. S. Bach's Art of Fugue Resolved. MQ 69/1 (Winter 1983), 44-61
15. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Proof Copies of J. S. Bach's Klavierübung III. [p]AMS_Louisville (Oct 1983)
16. Butler, Gregory G.:   The projection of affect in Baroque dance music. EarlyM 12/2 (May 1984), 200-207
17. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach's Klavierübung III: Aspects of its Evolution as Revealed in the Original Print. [p]AMS_PacificNorthwest (May 1984)
18. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach and the Schemelli Gesangbuch Revisited. StudiMusicali 13/2 (1984), 241-257
19. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Engraving and Printing of J. S. Bach's Six Partitas. [p]AMS_Vancouver (Nov 1985)
20. Butler, Gregory G.:   The engraving of J. S. Bach's six partitas. JMcolResearch 7/1 (1986), 3-27
21. Butler, Gregory G.:   Neues zur Datierung der Goldberg-Variationen. BachJb 74 (1988), 219-223
22. Butler, Gregory G.:   Johann Gotthilf Ziegler: Der Notenstecher der Partiten III bis VI von Johann Sebastian Bach? [cr]Leipzig1985 (1988), 277-281
23. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach's Einige Canonische Veraenderungen: The View from the Original Print. Bach 20/2 (Summer 1989), 4-37
24. Butler, Gregory G.:   Bach's Clavier-Übung III: The making of a print. With a companion study of the Canonic Variations on 'Vom Himmel hoch', BWV 769. (1990), 139p
25. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach's Gloria in Excelsis Deo (BWV 191): Music for a Leipzig Dankfest. [p]AMS_PacificNorthwest (Mar-Apr 1990)
26. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach and the Concord-Discord Paradox. JMcol 9/3 (Summer 1991), 343-357
27. Butler, Gregory G.:   Johann Sebastian Bachs Gloria in excelsis Deo BWV 191: Musik für ein Leipziger Dankfest. BachJb 78 (1992), 65-71
28. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Engravers of Bach's Clavier-Übung II. [fs]Scheide (1993), 57-69
29. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach's 'Hudemann' Canon, BWV 1074: A Note on the Engraving and Printing History. Bach 25/1 (Spring-Summer 1994), 5-10
30. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bach's reception of Tomaso Albinoni's mature concertos. BachStud 2 (1995), 20-46
31. Butler, Gregory G.:   Johann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkopf: The Formative Years. BachPerspectives 2 (1996), 159-168
32. Butler, Gregory G.:   Toward a More Precise Chronology for Bach's Concerto for Three Violins and Strings BWV 1064a: The Case for Formal Analysis. DortmundBachF 1 (1997), 235-247
33. Butler, Gregory G.:   Fasch and the canonic trio sonata. FaschSt 6 (1997), 249-262
34. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Galant Style in Bach's Musical Offering: Widening the Dimensions [p]BS_Dortmund (Jan 1998)
35. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Question of Genre in J. S. Bach's Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. BachPerspectives 4 (1999), 9-32
36. Butler, Gregory G.:   Johann Sebastian Bach und Johann Gottlieb Graun. [fs]Schulze65 (1999), 186-193
37. Butler, Gregory G.:   Using Chronological Markers to Establish Connexes of Bach's Concerto Movements. [p]AMS_PacificNorthwest (Apr 1999)
38. Butler, Gregory G.:   J. S. Bachs Kanonische Veränderungen über 'Vom Himmel hoch' (BWV 769). Ein Schlußstrich unter die Debatte um die Frage der 'Fassung letzter Hand'. BachJb 86 (2000), 9-34
39. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Prelude to J. S. Bach's Third English Suite BWV 808/1: An Allegro Concerto Movement in Ritornello Form. [p]BCB_Dublin (Jul 2000)
40. Butler, Gregory G.:   Bachs Musicalisches Opfer. Neue Entdeckungen am Originaldruck. [p]WK_Leipzig (Jan 2000)
41. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Galant Style in J. S. Bach's Musical Offering: Widening the Dimensions. Bach 33/1 (2002), 57-68
42. Butler, Gregory G.:   The Printing History of J. S. Bach's Musical Offering: New Interpretations. JMcol 19/2 (Spring 2002), 306-331
43. Butler, Gregory G.:   Eine neue Interpretation der Druckgeschichte des Musikalischen Opfers. LeipzigerBeitrBachF 5 (2002), 309-320
44. Butler, Gregory G.:   Der äesthetische und pädagogische Kontext des Italienischen Konzerts. [p]BS_Dortmund (Jan-Feb 2002)
45. Butler, Gregory G.:   Toward an Aesthetic and Pedagogical Context for J. S. Bach's Italian Concerto BWV 971. DortmundBachF 6 (2003), 223-230
46. Butler, Gregory G.:   The prelude to the third English Suite BWV 808: an allegro concerto movement in ritornello form. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 93-101
47. Butler, Gregory G.:   Bach Perspectives. Volume Six. J. S. Bach's Concerted Ensemble Music, The Ouverture. BachPerspectives 6 (2007), xi, 163p
48. Butler, Gregory G.:   Bach's Preluding for a Leipzig Academic Ceremony. [fs]Leaver65 (2007), 51-67
49. Butler, Gregory G.:   The origins of J.S. Bach's 'Wie jammern mich doch die verkehrten Herzen,' BWV 170/3. [fs]Williams70 (2007), 227-236
50. Butler, Gregory G.:   Bach the Cobbler: The Origins of J. S. Bach's E-Major Concerto (BWV 1053). BachPerspectives 7 (2008), 1-20
51. Butler, Gregory G. (ed.):   Bach Perspectives. Volume Seven. J. S. Bach's Concerted Ensemble Music, The Concerto. BachPerspectives 7 (2008), xi, 121p
52. Butler, Gregory G.:   Scribes, Engravers, and Notational Styles: The Final Disposition of Bach's Art of Fugue. [ce]AboutBach (2008), 111-123
53. Butler, Gregory G.; Stauffer, George B.; Dalton Greer, Mary (eds.):   About Bach. [ce]AboutBach (2008), xi, 216p
54. Butler, Gregory:   'Instrumente Mangel': Leipzig Cantata Movements with Obbligato Organ as a Reflection of Bach's Performing Forces. KeyboardPerspectives 3 (2010), 131-146

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