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1. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn and the Berlin Singakademie: The composer at the crossroads. [ce]MendelssohnHisWorld (1991), 65-85.
2. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn and Liszt. [ce]MendelssohnStudies (1992), 106-125.
3. Little, William A.:   Felix Mendelssohn and his place in the organ world of his time. [ce]TheMendelssohns (2002), 291-302.
4. Little, William A.:   Felix Mendelssohn and J.S. Bach's Prelude and Fugue in E minor (BWV 533). AmerOrganist(2) 39/ 2 (Feb 2005), 73-83. Also repr. by author's, 37p.
5. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohns Dilemma: die Sammlung Choralvorspiele oder die Passecaille? BeitrGesBachRezeption 1 (2007), 381-393. trans. Stephanie Wollny.
6. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn's dilemma: 'The collection of chorale preludes or the passacaille?' AmerOrganist(2) 43/1 (Jan 2009), 66-71.
7. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn in Birmingham: The composer as organist, 1837 and 1840. AmerOrganist(2) 43/3 (Mar 2009), 72-79.
8. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn and the organ. New York ; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. xvi, 486p. ISBN: 0-19-539438-0; 978-0-19-539438-2.
9. Little, William A.:   A Minor Mendelssohnian Mystery: The Curious Case of the Credo and the Nachspiel. JMcolResearch 29/2-3 (Apr 2010), 148-158.
10. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn in Birmingham 1837 und 1840 - der Komponist als Organist. BeitrGesBachRezeption 3 (2011), 187-202. III. Mendelssohn als Organist.
11. Little, William A.:   Mendelssohn and the Organ. EastmanStudM 118 (2014), 91-110.

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