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1. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Ongaku to Gelehrsamkeit -- Mattheson o Chushin ni. OngakuGaku 20 (1974), 129-143. [Music and Gelehrsamkeit viewing from Mattheson]
2. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Mattheson no Ongaku Riron ni okeru Yoshiki no Mondai (Taikai Hokoku) Bigaku 26/3 (1975), 52. [Zur Stillehre J. Matthesons]
3. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Barokku Ongaku ni okeru Figura -- Shujiteki Ongakuron no Ichisokumen (Rhetoric Tokushu). Shiso 4 (1981), 208-226. [Figurae in Baroque Music: one side of Rhetorical Music theory] Iwanami Shoten
4. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Fukai Riyu o fumaete Jiyu sa e -- 'Nippon Bach Akademie 1984' kara. OngakuGeijutsu 42/ 7 (1984), 98-101. [Moving from profound reasons to freedom - from 'Japan Bach Akademie 1984']
5. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach: Tamashii no Evangelist. Johann Sebastian Bach: Evangelist der Seele. Tokyo: Tokyo shoseki, 1985, 58, 265p.
6. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Tagenteki Soul Music ga Techno Shakai o Yusaburu (J. S. Bach no Gendaiteki Miryoku -- Seitan 300-Nen). AsahiJ 27/12 (29 Mar 1985), 84-88. [Multi-dimensional soul music shakes techno society (J. S. Bach's attractiveness in modern society - the 300th anniversary)]
7. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Teiki sareta Tasai na Ronten -- J.S.Bach Seitan 300-Nen Kinen 'Bach e no Atarashii Shiten'. OngakuGeijutsu 43/ 5 (1985), 102-105. [Various viewpoints presented at the J. S. Bach's 300 anniversary event 'Towards a new perspective of Bach']
8. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Gendai no Bach Kenkyu -6- Bach to Shocho, soshite Shujigaku. OngakuGeijutsu 43/ 8 (1985), 82-89. [Modern Bach research -6- Bach and Symbolism, and Rhetoric]
9. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach ni totte no Maria. BCJ 3 (Oct 1992) [Mary for Bach]
10. Isoyama, Tadashi:   J.S. Bach. Tokyo: Kodansha, 1993. 222p. (= Kodansha gendai shinsho, 1025)
11. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Johann Sebastian Bach: Mattäus Passion. Matai Junankyoku. Tokyo: Tokyo shoseki, 1994, 57, 491p. ISBN: 4-487-79100-6.
12. Isoyama, Tadashi:   'Matai' to no Hikaku o tooshite miru 'Yohane' no Miryoku. BCJ 18 (Apr 1995) [The attraction of 'John' through the comparison with 'Matthew']
13. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Notes for BWV 131, 106; J.R.Ahle: Magnifacat in A; BWV 71] BCJ 21 (Nov 1995)
14. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Ima, Bach no Kantata o. BachZenshu 1 (Apr 1996), 12-23. [Bach's Cantata Now]
15. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Kantata Dai-1-Ban - Dai-36-Ban. BachZenshu 1 (Apr 1996), 234-275 [26-67]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. [Commentary. Cantata nos.1-36]
16. Isoyama, Tadashi (ed.):   Kyokai Kantata I / Kirchenkantaten 1 / Church cantatas 1. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1996. 297p. ISBN: 4-09-612001-4. (= Bach Zenshu, 1; Complete Johann Sebastian Bach edition, 1) [contents]
17. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note for BWV 72, 111, 156, 1041, 140] BCJ 23 (Mar 1996)
18. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme notes for BWV 72, 111, 156, 1041, 140] BCJ 23 (Mar 1996)
19. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Gakkyoku Kaisetsu to Taiyaku. [BWV 163, 165, 199, 185] BCJ 26 (Jun 1996) [Programme commentary and translation]
20. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach Bunken Ichiranpyo II (Hogo Bunken). [ce]BachJiten (1996), 530-534. [Bach Bibliography II: Literature in Japanese Language]
21. Isoyama, Tadashi; Kobayashi, Yoshitake; Narumi, Fumio (eds.):   Bach Jiten. Das Bach Lexikon. Tokyo Shoseki, 1996, 559p [contents]
22. Isoyama, Tadashi; Suzuki, Masaaki:   Bach no Gendai -- Shukyo, soshite 21-Seiki no Enso ni mukete (Bach -- Kogakki no Uchu) Yuriika 28/1 (1996), 128-147. [Bach's modernity - towards religion and performance in 21st century.]
23. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Jidai no Naka no Kantata. BachZenshu 3 (Oct 1997), 12-25. [Cantata in the age]
24. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Kantata Dai-79-Ban - Dai-117-Ban. BachZenshu 3 (Oct 1997), 232-272 [29-69]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. [Commentar; BWV 79-117]
25. Isoyama, Tadashi (ed.):   Kyokai kantata III / Kirchenkantaten 3 / Church cantatas 3. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1997. 298p. ISBN: 4-09-612003-0. (= Bach Zenshu, 3; Complete Johann Sebastian Bach edition, 3) [contents]
26. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Oruganisuto Bach. BachZenshu 9 (Jan 1997), 12-37. [Organist Bach]
27. Isoyama, Tadashi (ed.):   Orugan Kyoku I / Das Orgelwerk 1 / Music for organ 1. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1997. 209p. ISBN: 4-09-612009-X. (= Bach Zenshu, 9; Complete Johann Sebastian Bach edition, 9) [contents]
28. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Gakkyoku Kaisetsu. [BWV 18, 152, 155, 161] BCJ 28 (Feb 1997), [ 2-3]. [Programme commentary]
29. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note: BWV 31, 172, 21] BCJ 30 (Jun 1997)
30. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note: BWV 22, 23, 75, 147] BCJ 31 (Jul 1997), [ 2-12].
31. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note: BWV 228, 227, 226, 229, 225] BCJ 33 (Oct 1997)
32. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach no Shikaku. Shikaku no Bach. BachZenshu 8 (Jan 1998), 144-155. Bach no Shogai. [Bach's life: Bach's eye-sight: Eye-sight's Bach]
33. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Sozosei to Kyoiku: Bach no Clavier Ongaku. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 12-27. [Creativity and Education: Bach's clavier music]
34. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Goldberg Hensokyoku BWV 988. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 201-205 [36-40]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Chenbaro Kyoku [2]. - [Goldberg variations, BWV 988; commentary]
35. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Kyosokyoku Ni-Chocho BWV 972; Aria to Henso I-Tancho BWV 989; Kapuriccho 'Saiai no ani no Tabidachi ni yosete' BWV 992; Applicatio (Unshi Renshukyoku) Ha-Chocho BWV 994. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 205-207 [34-36]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Chenbaro Kyoku [2]. - [Concerto, BWV 972; Aria with variations, BWV 989; Capriccio, BWV 992; Applicatio, BWV 994; commentary]
36. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Itaria Kyosokyoku He-Chocho BWV 971. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 207-208 [33-34]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Chenbaro Kyoku [2]. - [Italian Concerto, BWV 971; commentary]
37. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Sho-zensokyoku] BWV 924-931, 933-938, 939-943, [Zensokyoku to fugetta] BWV 901, 902; [Gensokyoku to fuga] BWV 903, 904, 906. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 208-212 [29-33]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Chenbaro Kyoku [2]. - [small preludes, prelude and fugues, fantasia and fugues; commentary]
38. Isoyama, Tadashi:   7-tsu no Tokkata ni tsuite. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 212-215 [26-29]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Chenbaro Kyoku [2]. - [On 7 toccatas; commentary; BWV 910-916].
39. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Heikinritsu Clavier Kyokushu Dai-1-Kan BWV 846-869; Heikinritsu Clavier Kyokushu Dai-2-Kan BWV 870-893. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 215-223 [18-26]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Chenbaro Kyoku [2]. [Well tempered Clavier, part 1 and 2; commentary]
40. Isoyama, Tadashi (ed.):   Chenbaro Kyoku II / Werke für Cembalo 2 / Music for harpsichord 2. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1998. 237p. ISBN: 4-09-612012-X. (= Bach Zenshu, 12; Complete Johann Sebastian Bach edition, 12) [contents]
41. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note: BWV 24, 167, 1041, 1043, 76] BCJ 34 (Jun 1998), [ 2-14].
42. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note: J. Kuhnau: Magnificat in D; J. D. Zelenka: Magnificat in C (ZWV 107), in D (ZWV 108); J. S. Bach: BWV 243] BCJ 36 (Nov 1998), 2-6.
43. Isoyama, Tadashi:   J.S. Bach no sakuhin gainen. [fs]Minagawa70 (1998), 143-149. [The conception of a work according to J.S. Bach]
44. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Record - CD ni yoru Kantata Enso-shi. BachZenshu 5 (Apr 1999), 12-25. [Performance history of Cantatas in records and CDs]
45. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Kantata Dai-163-Ban - Dai-199-Ban. BachZenshu 5 (Apr 1999), 244-277 [28-61]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. [Cantata nos.163-199; Commentary.]
46. Isoyama, Tadashi (ed.):   Kyokai Kantata V / Kirchenkantaten 5 / Church cantatas 5. Tokyo: Shogakukan, 1999. 301p. ISBN: 4-09-612005-7. (= Bach Zenshu, 5; Complete Johann Sebastian Bach edition, 5) [contents]
47. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach to Wien Koten-ha BachZenshu 15 (Jul 1999), 88-97. [Bach and the Viennese Classical school]
48. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Dresden] BachZenshu 15 (Jul 1999), 263-267 [98-102]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Bach to sono Shuhen. - [Johann David Heinichen; Silvius Leopold Weiss; Jan Dismas Zelenka; Johann Georg Pisendel; Pierre-Gabriel Buffardin; Johann Christian Petzold; Johann Adolf Hasse; Friedrich II; Johann Gottlieb Graun]
49. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Hamburg, Lüneburg, Lübeck] BachZenshu 15 (Jul 1999), 269-271 [94-96]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Bach to sono Shuhen. - [Georg Böhm; Dietrich Buxhude; Johann Adam Reinken; Georg Friedrich Händel; Georg Philipp Telemann]
50. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Leipzig] BachZenshu 15 (Jul 1999), 272-275 [90-93]. Sakuhin Kaisetsu. Bach to sono Shuhen. - [Johann Kuhnau; Christoph Graupner; Johann Ludwig Krebs]
51. Isoyama, Tadashi:   'Matai Junankyoku'. Nyumon no tame ni. BCJ (Mar 1999), 10-14. ['Introduction to St Matthew Passion']
52. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note for BWV 179, 105 and 186] BCJ 37 (Feb 1999), 2-12.
53. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note for BWV 25, 64 and 147] BCJ 38 (May 1999), 2-13.
54. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note for BWV 69a, 77 and 119] BCJ 40 (Oct 1999), 4-13.
55. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Colloquium: Bach and Dresden. (Speakers: Ichiro Sumikura, Yoshitake Kobayashi, Ryuichi Higuchi and Yo Tomita) [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Nov 1999) A round-table session given at Japanese Musicological Society Annual Meeting in Tokyo, 7-8 November 1999.
56. Isoyama, Tadashi:   [Programme Note for BWV 48, 89, 148 and 109] BCJ 41 (Feb 2000), 4-15.
57. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bachs Klaviermusik in Japan. [p]BS_Dortmund (Jan-Feb 2002) A paper read at 4. Internationalen Dortmunder Bach-Symposion. 'Bachs Musik für Tasteninstrumente im Kontext der europäischen Musik' 30. Januar bis 2. Februar 2002.
58. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach Collegium Japan. Junankyoku Enso no Ayumi. BCJ 58 (Apr 2003), 69-72. [Bach Collegium Japan. History of Passion Performance]
59. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bachs Musik für Tasteninstrumente in Japan. DortmundBachF 6 (2003), 105-118.
60. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach. Kantata no Mori o ayumu. I. Maria no 3 Shukujitsu. Bach Wandeln durch den Wald der Kantaten. Tokyo: Tokyo Shoseki, 2004. 159p
61. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Wiederaufgefundene Originalstimmen zur Hochzeitskantate 'Vergnügte Pleißenstadt' BWV 216. BachJb 90 (2004), 199-208. Kleine Beiträge.
62. Higuchi, Ryuichi; Kobayashi, Yoshitake; Beißwenger, Kirsten; Tomita, Yo; Sato, Nozomi; Isoyama, Tadashi:   Roundtable 1: Bach Kenkyu to 21 Seiki. OngakuGaku 51/3 (2005), 233-235. [Roundtable: Bach Research and the 21st Century] [Summary of papers and discussion at 56th annual meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan at Meijigakuin Daigaku, Tokyo Japan on 22-23 October 2005]
63. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Nihonjin no Shiten ni yoru Kenkyu o. OngakuGaku 51/3 (2005), 234-235. [Research from the viewpoint of Japanese person] [Summary of paper read at 56th annual meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan at Meijigakuin Daigaku, Tokyo Japan on 22-23 October 2005]
64. Higuchi, Ryuichi; Kobayashi, Yoshitake; Beißwenger, Kirsten; Tomita, Yo; Sato, Nozomi; Isoyama, Tadashi:   Roundtable 'Bach Kenkyu to 21Seiki'. [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Oct 2005) [Roundtable: Bach Research and the 21st Century] Papers and discussion at 56th annual meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan at Meijigakuin Daigaku, Tokyo Japan on 22-23 October 2005. Tomita's paper is uploaded at http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/NTBResearch.html
65. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach. Kantata no Mori o ayumu. II. 'Matai Fukuinsho' ni yoru Kantata 1. Bach Wandeln durch den Wald der Kantaten. Tokyo: Tokyo Shoseki, 2006. 167p
66. Tsuchida, Eisaburo; Isoyama, Tadashi:   War und ist die deutsche Musik/Musikwissenschaft ein Leitbild für die japanische? [p]BS_Dortmund (Jun 2006) Paper read at the Sechstes Bach-Symposium in Dortmund, 8-10 June 2006.
67. Isoyama, Tadashi:   The B-minor Mass and Japanese People: A Problematical Issue of 'Universality'. [cr]Belfast2007 1 (2007), 344-351.
68. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Roundtable IV: J. S. Bach to C. P. E. Bach. Densho to Sozoteki Juyo o megutte. OngakuGaku 54/2 (2008), 146-147. [Roundtable IV: J.S. Bach and C. P. E. Bach -- on transmission and creative reception] [Summary of roundtable staged at the 59th Annual Meeting of Musicological Society of Japan from 24 to 25 October 2008 at Kunitachi College of Music, Tokyo.]
69. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Roundtable 'J.S. Bach to C.P.E. Bach -- Densho to Sozoteki Juyo o megutte' (Speakers: Keiichi Kubota, Yoshitake Kobayashi, Yo Tomita). [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Oct 2008) [Symposium 'J.S. Bach and C.P.E. Bach - on transmission and creative reception'] A roundtable staged at the 59th Annual Meeting of Musicological Society of Japan from 24 to 25 October 2008 at Kunitachi College of Music, Tokyo.
70. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach. Kantata no Mori o ayumu. III. Zakusen Senteikoke no tame no Shukuga Ongaku, Tsuito Ongaku. [A walk through the forest of Bach's cantatas, part 3: Jubilation music and requiem for the Elector family of Saxony] - Tokyo: Tokyo Shoseki, 2009. 159p. ISBN: 978-4-487-80057-5.
71. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach Enso no Shomondai. Ensoshi o Kaiko shitsutsu. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 21 (Mar 2009), 139-145. [On various problems of Performing Bach: reflecting on the performance history]
72. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach: Tamashii no Evangelist. Johann Sebastian Bach: Evangelist der Seele. [rev edn] Tokyo: Kodan sha, 2010, 352p. ISBN-13: 978-4062919913.
73. Isoyama, Tadashi:   'Kyusai' no Ongaku. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner Ronshu. [Music of 'Salvation': Essays on Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Wagner] Tokyo: Ongaku no Tomo Sha, 2010. ix, 362p. ISBN: 978-4276130166. [BWV 216]
74. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Motetto 'Iesu yo, Watashi no Yorokobi' BWV 227 o megutte. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 22 (Mar 2010), 161-175. [J. S. Bach's Motet 'Jesu, meine Freude' BWV 227]
75. [Isoyama, Tadashi]:   Joshua Rifkin Sensei no Kokai Lesson to 'Matai' Joen o furikaette. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 22 (Mar 2010), 177-188. Zadankai - Tadashi Isoyama and his students [Roundtable: Joshua Rifkin's masterclass and his performance of St Matthew Passion]
76. Isoyama, Tadashi:   'Rotancho Misakyoku' no Juyo to Genzai: sono 'Fuhensei' o megutte. KunitachiColMJ 46 (2011), 51-60. [Rezeption und Gegenwart der h-moll-Messe von J. S. Bach.]
77. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach no Shogai: Bach Kenkyu o meguru Shomondai. [ce]KyoyoToShiteNoBach (2012), 6-17. Dai-1 Ko [Chapter 1] [Bach's Life: Various problems in Bach Studies]
78. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach to Kami. [ce]KyoyoToShiteNoBach (2012), 48-61. Dai-4 Ko [Chapter 4] [Bach and God]
79. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach to Ryuko. [ce]KyoyoToShiteNoBach (2012), 106-119. Dai-8 Ko [Chapter 8] [Bach and Populism]
80. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Bach no Ongaku Zuno. [ce]KyoyoToShiteNoBach (2012), 146-159. Dai-11 Ko [Chapter 11] [Bach's Musical Brain]
81. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Ro-Tancho Misa Kyoku: Shuha no Tairitsu o koete. [ce]KyoyoToShiteNoBach (2012), 186-199. Dai-14 Ko [Chapter 14] [The B-minor Mass: beyond the sectarian conflict]
82. Isoyama, Tadashi; Kubota, Keiichi; Sato, Shinichi (eds.):   Kyoyo to shite no Bach: Shogai, Jidai, Ongaku o manabu 14-Ko. Ed. Tadashi Isoyama, Keiichi Kubota and Shinichi Sato. - Tokyo: Altespublishing, 2012. 208p. ISBN: 978-4-903951-53-9. [contents]
83. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Nihon Shoen to Honjitsu no Koen -- 80-Nen o hasande. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 24 (Mar 2012), 184-185. Programme note [Japan premiere and today's performance -- between 80 years.]
84. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Sakuhin Kaisetsu. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 24 (Mar 2012), 186-191. Programme Note [Commentary of the work] [BWV 232]
85. Isoyama, Tadashi:   Yohane Junankyoku. Johann Sebastian Bach: Johannes-Passion. - Tokyo: CHikuma Shobo, 2020. 491p. ISBN: 978-4-480-87403-0.

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