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1. Hill, Robert:   Style and Authenticity in Two Early Suites Attributed to J. S. Bach, BWV 832 and 833. [p]AMS_Philadelphia (Oct 1984) A paper read at the 50th Annual Meeting of the American Musicological Society and the 7th Annal Meeting of the Society for Music Theory in Philadelphia, October 25-28, 1984. Respondent: Russell Stinson.
2. Hill, Robert:   Bach, Händel und Scarlatti in den Augen ihrer Zeitgenossen. BachWoche_Ansbach (1985), 31-44.
3. Hill, Robert:   'Der Himmel weiss, wo diese Sachen hingekommen sind': Reconstructing the Lost Keyboard Notebooks of the Young Bach and Handel. [ce]BHSTercentenaryEssays (1985), 161-172.
4. Hill, Robert:   'Echtheit angezweifelt'. Style and authenticity in two suites attributed to Bach. EarlyM 13/2 (May 1985), 248-255.
5. Hill, Robert:   Die Herkunft von Bachs 'Thema Legrenzianum'. BachJb 72 (1986), 105-107. Kleine Beiträge. [BWV 574]
6. Hill, Robert Stephen:   The Möller Manuscript and the Andreas Bach Book: Two Keyboard Anthologies from the Circle of the Young Johann Sebastian Bach. diss. (1987), xvii, 754 Bl. PhD diss., Harvard University, 1987. 2 vols. xvii, 754 Bl. [BWV 563; 570; 582; 724; 739; 820; 832; 833; 896; 917; 921; 949; 967]
7. Hill, Robert:   Tablature versus Staff Notation: Or, Why Did the Young J. S. Bach Compose in Tablature? [ce]ChurchStageStudio (1990), 349-359.
8. Hill, Robert (ed.):   Keyboard Music from the Andreas Bach Book and the Möller Manuscript. Foreword by Christoph Wolff. Cambridge MA: Department of Music, Harvard University, 1991. xlvii, 210p. (= Harvard publications in Music, 16)
9. Hill, Robert:   In Stile Fantastico. Bachfest 68 [Bremen] (1993), 83, 91-92.
10. Hill, Robert:   Johann Sebastian Bach's Toccata in G Major BWV 916/1: A Reception of Giuseppe Torelli's Ritornello Concerto Form. [cr]Rostock1990 (1995), 162-175.
11. Hill, Robert:   Nidan Kenban no Tankyu: 'Goldberg Hensokyoku' no Haikei. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 50-63. [In search of two-manual instrument: the background of the 'Goldberg' variations]
12. Hill, Robert:   Vors Clavicimbal mit 2 Manualen': J. S. Bach en vogue? [p]ABS_Yale (Apr 1998) A paper read at American Bach Society conference (Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 24 April 1998)
13. Hill, Robert:   'Vors Clavicimbal mit 2 Manualen': J. S. Bach en vogue? [p]BS_Dortmund (Jan 1998) Paper read at the 2nd Dortmunder Bach-Symposions, 21-24 January 1998.
14. Hill, Robert:   Spohr in Berlin -- Musikgeschichte als Geschichte der Aufführungspraxis. JbStaatInstMf 2000 (2000), 46-56.
15. Hill, Robert:   Strenge versus Freiheit, Notation versus Spielpraxis in der deutschen Tastenmusik um 1700. [p]ISK_Luebeck (Apr 2000) Paper read at Internationales Symposion und Konzerte 'Bach, Lübeck und die norddeutsche Musiktradition', Lübeck, 27-30 April 2000
16. Hill, Robert:   The role of variation in the architecture of the early organ fugues of J.S. Bach. VeröffGOrgelfreunde 173 (2000), 23-32.
17. Hill, Robert:   'Streng, versus, Frei'. Ein Beitrag zur Analyse der frühen Tastenfugen von Johann Sebastian Bach. [cr]Lübeck2000 (2002), 176-184.
18. Hill, Robert:   'Indessen führet er das Hauptthema galant ein': Handel's Keyboard Fugues and their 18th-century Audience. GöttingerHändelBeitr 9 (2002), 73-85.
19. Hill, Robert:   Carl Reinecke's Performance of Mozart's Larghetto and the Nineteenth-Century Practice of Quantitative Accentuation. [ce]AboutBach (2008), 171-180.

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