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1. Grant, Jason B.:   The Rise of Lyricism and the Decline of Biblical Narration in Georg Philipp Telemann's Lukaspassion (1764). WolfenbüttelArbBarockF 43 (2005), ii: 625-637
2. Grant, Jason B.:   Chorale arrangements in the late liturgical passions of Georg Philipp Telemann. [cr]Williamsburg2006 (2008), 228-255
3. Grant, Jason B.:   Die Herkunft des Chors 'Triumph! Triumph! Des Herrn Gesalbter sieget' aus dem Oratorium 'Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu' von C. P. E. Bach. BachJb 97 (2011), 273-286
4. Grant, Jason B.:   Die Choralbearbeitungen in den späten liturgischen Passionen von Georg Philipp Telemann. TelemannKonfBer 16 (2011), 390-415
5. Grant, Jason B.:   The Origins of the Aria 'Ich folge dir, verklärter Held' and the Recurring Chorus 'Triumph!' from the Oratorio Die Auferstehung und Himmelfahrt Jesu by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Bach 44/2 (2013), 6-24
6. Grant, Jason B. (ed.):   Einführungsmusiken II / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. CPEBachCW 5/ 3.2 (2013), xlii, 198p
7. Grant, Jason Benjamin:   A borrowing identified in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's 1784 St. John Passion and a sketch explained. [ce]SonsOfBach (2016), 47-55
8. Grant, Jason B.; Kulukundis, Elias N. (eds.):   Keyboard Concertos from Manuscript Sources XI / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. CPEBachCW 3/ 9.11 (2017), xxvi, 134p
9. Grant, Jason B. (ed.):   Quartalstücke VI / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. CPEBachCW 5/ 2.6 (2017), xxxii, 176p
10. Grant, Jason B.:   The Vocal Music of the Bach Family in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works. ContextBachStud 8 (2018), 261-279

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