Bach Bibliography
Search Result - Ordered Chronologically

The keys being searched are:
Author : Kevorkian, Tanya
Show full details : ON
Your search has generated the following results ...
TypeListAuthor: Title, Series, Vol/No (Year/Month/Date of Publication), PagesStatus
1. Kevorkian, Tanya:   The Reception of Bach's Cantatas during Leipzig Church Services, 1723-1750. [p]ABS_Washington (Apr 2000) Paper read at American Bach Society Biennial Meeting, Washington, D. C., April 7-9, 2000.
2. Kevorkian, Tanya:   The reception of the cantata during Leipzig church services, 1700-1750. EarlyM 30/1 (Feb 2002), 26-45. Listening Practice.
3. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Changing Times, Changing Music: 'New Church' Music and Musicians in Leipzig, 1699-1750. In: The Musician as Entrepreneur, 1700-1914: Managers, Charlatans, and Idealists. Edited by William Weber. Bloomington and Indianapolis: Indiana University Press, 2004. vii, 269p. pp. 61-80.
4. Kevorkian, Tanya:   J.S. Bach's working conditions in Leipzig: The political and cultural context. [p]ABS_NewBrunswick (Apr 2004) A paper read at Biennial Meeting of the American Bach Society, April 16-18, 2004 at Rutgers University, NJ 'Images of Bach'. Abstract in BachNotesABS 1 (2004), p. 9-10.
5. Kevorkian, Tanya:   J. S. Bach, the Baroque and pietism in Leipzig in the 1720s and 1730s. [p]BICB_Manchester (Jul 2004) A Paper read at the 11th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at Royal Northern College of Music, 14-18 July 2004
6. Kevorkian, Tanya:   The reception of the Cantata during Leipzig Church Services, 1700-1750. EastmanStudM 37 (2006), 174-189.
7. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Baroque Piety: Religion, Society, and Music in Leipzig, 1650-1750. Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007. 266p. ISBN: 0-7546-5490-7.
8. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Cultural Transfer, Cultural Competition, and Religious Diversity in Leipzig during the Baroque Era. [cr]Belfast2007 1 (2007), 1-10.
9. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Congregants and the Cantata Chorale in Leipzig, 1700-1750. [p]MotrealBachfest (Dec 2007) A paper read at the symposium 'Faith, Text and Music' at the Montréal Bach Festival on 8 December 2007 at McGill University.
10. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Understanding Bach's B Minor Mass. Queen's University, Belfast, 2-4 November 2007. 18cM 5/2 (Sep 2008), 271-273.
11. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Echoes of J. S. Bach's Leipzig in Johann Adam Hiller's Wöchentliche Nachrichten und Anmerkungen die Musik betreffend. [p]ABS_Bethlehem (May 2008) A Paper read at the Biennial Meeting of the American Bach Society 'BACH AND THE ORATORIO TRADITION', May 8-11, 2008, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
12. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Women's Roles in the Liturgy. [p]Women_Yale (Oct 2009) A paper read at conference 'Poets, Mothers, and Performers: Considering Women's Impact on the Music of Johann Sebastian Bach' held at Yale Institute of Sacred Music, USA, on October 16-18, 2009.
13. Kevorkian, Tanya:   'Poets, mothers, and Performers: Considering Women's Impact on the Music of Johann Sebastian Bach' -- A Conference Report. BachNotesABS 12 (Winter 2010), 2-3.
14. Kevorkian, Tanya (ed.):   Town Musicians in German Baroque Society and Culture. GermHist 30/3 (2012), 350-371.
15. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Leipzig no Kyokai Seikatsu. BCJ 106 (Feb 2014), 34-37. [Church Life at Leipzig] trans. Ai Takizawa.
16. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Confession in the Working Lives of Town Musicians and Türmer. [p]ABS_SouthBend (Apr 2016) A paper read at the biennial meeting of the American Bach Society 'J. S. Bach and the Confessional Landscape of His Time' held at University of Notre Dame (South Bend, IN), April 7-10, 2016.
17. Kevorkian, Tanya:   Households. [ce]RoutledgeResearchCompanion (2017), 99-115. [Chapter 5] Part II: Contexts.
18. Kevorkian, Tanya:   The Leipzig Audiences of J. S. Bach's Matthew Passion to 1750. ContextBachStud 8 (2018), 245-259.

Search took 1.031s cpu time (0.031s in system), 59059 records per second.

BachBib Search Engine 1c Version 1.57 (c) M. Vincent 1997.
Last revised on 2 May 2011 by Yo Tomita