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1. Cohen, Dalia; Wagner, Naphtali:   Concurrence and nonconcurrence between learned and natural schemata: The case of J.S. Bach's saraband in C minor for cello solo. JNewMResearch 29/1 (Mar 2000), 23-36. [BWV 1011]
2. Cohen, Dalia:   Bach: Forerunner of the Future through Exploration of the Potential of Learned and Natural Schemata. [p]IS_Oxford (Dec 2001) A paper read at Fifth International Symposium Understanding Bach through Science, Art and Criticism', Oxford, 17-18 December 2001 organised by Tureck Bach Research Foundation, Faculty of Music, Oxford University.
3. Cohen, Dalia:   Bach: Forerunner of the Future through Exploration of the Potential of Learned and Natural Schemata. UnderstandingBach 3 (2008), 9-30. http://www.bachnetwork.co.uk/ub3/COHEN.pdf
4. Cohen, Dalia:   Complexity and Flexibility Combined with a Directional Superstructure in the Instrumental Opening of 'Erbarme dich'. [p]SMA_Glasgow (Apr 2009) A paper read at SMA Spring Study Day 'Bach's Passions' held on 24-25 April 2009 at University of Glasgow.
5. Golomb, Uri; Cohen, Dalia:   The Crucifixus from Bach's B-minor Mass: The Reflection of the Work in Performance. [p]BICB_Belfast (Jul 2010) A Paper read at the 14th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at Queen's University Belfast, 30 June-4 July 2010.
6. Segev, Idith; Cohen, Dalia:   Significant Occurrence in Even Musical Texture in Bach's Preludes. A Study Using Mathematical Tools. [p]BICB_Belfast (Jul 2010) A Paper read at the 14th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at Queen's University Belfast, 30 June-4 July 2010.

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