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1. Marshall, Robert L.:   Zur Vollständigkeit der Arie 'Mein Jesus soll mein alles sein' aus Kantate BWV 75. BachJb 51 (1965), 144-147.
2. Marshall, Robert Lewis:   The Compositional Process of J. S. Bach. A study of the Autograph Scores of the Vocal Works. diss. (1968), 660p. Princeton Univ. in 2 vols. 1968, 660p. (Ann Arbor: Univ. Microfilms. 1969.)
3. Marshall, Robert L.:   Musical sketches in J. S. Bachs cantata autographs. [fs]Strunk (1968), 405-427. [incl. facs of BWV 117/1, Anh.2, 248/31, and 65/1] [BWV 105, 29, 117, Anh.2, 248, 65, 183, 39, 215, 198, 133]
4. Marshall, Robert L.:   How J. S. Bach composed four-part Chorales. MQ 56/2 (Apr 1970), 198-221.
5. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Genesis of an Aria Ritornello: Observations on the Autograph Score of J. S. Bach's 'Wie zittern and Wanken', BWV 105/3. [p]AMS_GreaterNewYork (Oct 1971) A paper given at the Greater New York Chapter meeting of the AMS in October, 1971.
6. Marshall, Robert Lewis:   The Compositional Process of J. S. Bach. A study of the Autograph Scores of the Vocal works. 2 vols. Princeton, NJ: Princeton Univ. Press, 1972. xv, 271p.; 189p. ISBN: 0-691-09113-7. (= Princeton Studies in Music, 4) [contents]
7. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bachs Skizzenarbeit und Kompositionsprozeß. Fest-Vortrag, geh. zum 48. Bachfest der NBG Nürnberg 1973. (1973), 31p.
8. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Genesis of an Aria Ritornello: Observations on the Autograph Score of 'Wie zittern und wanken' BWV 105/3. [fs]Mendel (1974), 165-182.
9. Marshall, Robert L. (ed.):   Studies in Renaissance and Baroque music in Honor of Arthur Mendel. Kassel [u.a.]: Bärenreiter; Hackensack, NJ: Joseph Boonin, 1974. 392p. ISBN: 3-7618-0412-1 (Bärenreiter); 0-913574-26-0 (Boonin). [contents]
10. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach the Progressive: Observations on His Later Works. MQ 62/3 (Jul 1976), 313-357.
11. Marshall, Robert L.:   Towards a Chronology of J. S. Bach's Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Flute. [p]AMS_Midwest (Nov 1977) A paper given at the Midwest Chapter meeting of the AMS on November 18-20, 1977 at Northwestern University.
12. Marshall, Robert L.:   Anmerkungen zur späteren Geschichte der alten Bach-Ausgabe: ein kleines bibliographisches Rätsel. BachJb 64 (1978), 229-231.
13. Marshall, Robert L.:   J. S. Bach's Compositions for Solo Flute: A Reconsideration of their Authenticity and Chronology. JAMSoc 32/3 (Autumn 1979), 463-498.
14. Emery, Walter; Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach, Johann Sebastian. NEncyclBritannica 2 (1979), 556-561.
15. Marshall, Robert L.:   Beobachtungen am Autograph der h-moll-Messe: Zum Kompositionsprozeß J. S. Bachs. MKirche 50/5 (1980), 230-239. Übersetzung: Traute Maass Marshall.
16. Marshall, Robert L.:   Zur Echtheit und Chronologie der Bachschen Flötensonaten: Biographische und stilistische Erwägungen. [cr]Marburg1978 (1981), 48-71.
17. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bachs h-moll-Messe. Zur Quellensituation und Überlieferung. SommerAkadJSBach (1981), 2-12.
18. Marshall, Robert L.:   Beobachtungen am Autograph der h-moll-Messe zum Kompositionsprozeß J. S. Bachs. SommerAkadJSBach (1981), 13-21.
19. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's 'choruses' reconstituted. HiFi 32/10 (1982), 64-66, 94.
20. Marshall, Robert L.:   Editore traditore: Ein weiterer 'Fall Rust'? [fs]Dürr65 (1983), 183-191.
21. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's Chorus: A preliminary reply to Joshua Rifkin. MTimes 124/1679 (Jan 1983), 19-22.
22. Marshall, Robert L.:   Tempo and Dynamic Indications in the Bach Sources: A Review of the Terminology. [ce]BHSTercentenaryEssays (1985), 259-276.
23. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's 'Orchestre'. EarlyM 13/2 (May 1985), 176-179.
24. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach the progressive: Observations on his later works. GarlandLibHistWestM 6 (1985)
25. Marshall, Robert L. (ed.):   Kantaten zum 9. und 10. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis / Johann Sebastian Bach. Kantaten zum 9. Sonntag nach Trinitatis: Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht, BWV 105; Was frag ich nach der Welt, BWV 94; Tue Rechnung! Donnerwort, BWV 168. Kantaten zum 10. Sonntag nach Trinitatis: Schauet doch und sehet, ob irgendein Schmerz sei, BWV 46; Nimm von uns, Herr, du treuer Gott, BWV 101; Herr, deine Augen sehen nach dem Glauben, BWV 102. Hrsg. von Robert Marshall. - Leipzig: VEB Deutscher Verlag für Musik; Kassel [u.a.]: Bärenreiter, 1985. xii, 276p. Ed.-Nr.: BA 5060. (= Johann Sebastian Bach. Neue Ausgabe Sämtlicher Werke. Hrsg vom Johann-Sebastian-Bach-Institut Göttingen und vom Bach-Archiv Leipzig. Serie I: Kantaten. Band 19)
26. Marshall, Robert L.:   Organ or 'Klavier'? Instrumental Prescriptions in the Early Sources of Bach's Keyboard Music. [p]AMS_Vancouver (Nov 1985) A paper read at the AMS / CMS / SEM / SMT Vancouver Annual Meetings, 7-10 November 1985.
27. Marshall, Robert L.:   Organ or 'Klavier'? Instrumental Prescriptions in the Sources of Bach's Keyboard Works. [ce]JSBOrganist (1986), 212-239.
28. Marshall, Robert L.:   On Bach's Universality. [cr]Philadelphia1985 (1986), 50-81.
29. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Eighteenth Century as a Music-Historical Epoch: A Different Argument for the Proposition. ColMSymposium 27 (1987), 198-205. Colloquy.
30. Marshall, Robert L.:   A Lutheran Composer's Challenge: The Genesis of Bach's Magnificat. [p]AMS_NewEngland (Sep 1987) A paper read at the New England Chapter meeting of the American Musicological Society on 26 September 1987 at the Mount Holyoke College.
31. Marshall, Robert L.:   Orgel oder 'Klavier'? Instrumentenangaben in den frühen Quellen der Bachschen Tastenmusik. [cr]Leipzig1985 (1988), 303-314.
32. Marshall, Robert L.:   On the origin of Bach's Magnificat: a Lutheran composer's challenge. BachStud 1 (1989), 3-17.
33. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach, Johann Sebastian. [ce]Marshall (1989), 3-20. [Repr from Encyclopaedia Britannica, 15th edition, II, pp.556-561]
34. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach the Progressive: Observations on His Later Works. [ce]Marshall (1989), 23-58, 295-303. [Repr. from MQ, lxii (1976), pp.313-357] (pp.54-58 is a postscript)
35. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's Orchestre. [ce]Marshall (1989), 59-63, 303. [Repr. from EarlyM xiii (1985), pp.176-179]
36. Marshall, Robert L.:   On Bach's Universality. [ce]Marshall (1989), 65-79, 303-304. [Repr. from Martin Heckscher et al (ed.), The Universal Bach: Lectures Celebrating the Tercentenary of Bach's Birthday. Fall 1985. Philadelphia: American Philosophical Society, 1986, pp. 50-81] [BWV 78]
37. Marshall, Robert L.:   'Composing Scores' and 'Fair Copies'. [ce]Marshall (1989), 83-110, 304-305. [Repr. of 'Introduction' in Cantata Autographs in American Collections, New York: Garland publishing 1986, pp. vii-xv] [BWV 131, 10, 33, 171, 112, 97, 9, 118]
38. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Sketches. [ce]Marshall (1989), 111-129, 305-308. [Repr. of 'Musical sketches in J. S. Bachs cantata autographs', in Studies in music history; essays for Oliver Strunk, ed. Harold S. Powers, Princeton, N.J.; Princeton U.P, 1968, pp.405-427] [BWV 117, Anh. 2, 232, 29, 183, 198, 133, 215, 39]
39. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Autograph Score of Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht, BWV 105. [ce]Marshall (1989), 131-142. [Repr. of 'Commentary', Johann Sebastian Bach, Herr, gehe nicht ins Gericht (BWV 105). Faksimile nach dem Partiturautograph der Deutschen Staatsbibliothek Berlin mit einem Nachwort hrsg. von Robert Marshall. Leipzig: Zentral-Antiquariat der DDR; Neuhausen-Stuttgart: Hänssler, 1983, pp. 5-7]
40. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Genesis of an Aria Ritornello: Observations on the Autograph Score of 'Wie zittern und wanken,' BWV 105/3. [ce]Marshall (1989), 143-159, 308-312. [Repr. from Studies in Renaissance and Baroque music in Honor of Arthur Mendel. - Kassel [u.a.]: Bärenreiter; Hackensack, NJ: Joseph Boonin, 1974, pp.165-182]
41. Marshall, Robert L.:   On the Origin of the Magnificat: A Lutheran Composer's Challenge. [ce]Marshall (1989), 161-173, 312-313. [Repr. from Bach Studies, ed. Don Franklin. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 1988, pp.3-17]
42. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Mass in B Minor: The Autograph Scores and the Compositional Process. [ce]Marshall (1989), 175-189, 313-314. [Repr. of 'Beobachtungen am Autograph der h-moll-Messe: Zum Kompositionsprozeß J. S. Bachs', MKirche, l/5 (1980), pp. 230-239]
43. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Autograph Fair Copies of the Fantasia per il Cembalo, BWV 906. [ce]Marshall (1989), 193-200, 314-316. [Repr. of 'Introduction', Johann Sebastian Bach, Fantasia per il Cembalo. BWV 906. Facsimile Edition. Kassel [u.a.]: Bärenreiter, 1976, pp. [2-7]]
44. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Compositions for Solo Flute: A Reconsideration of Their Authenticity and Chronology. [ce]Marshall (1989), 201-225, 316-328. [Repr. from JAMSoc, xxxii (1979), pp.463-498] Postscript, p.225.
45. Marshall, Robert L.:   'Authentic' Performance: Musical Text, Performing Forces, Performance Style (A Review Essay). [ce]Marshall (1989), 229-239, 328-331. [Repr. of 'Reviews of Records. Johann Sebastian Bach: The Complete Cantatas.' [Vols. 1 and 2 of the Telefunken Series, Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt, conductors], MQ, lix (1973), pp.145-159]
46. Marshall, Robert L.:   'Editore traditore': Suspicious Performance Indications in the Bach Sources. [ce]Marshall (1989), 241-254, 331-333. [Repr. of 'Editore traditore: Ein weiterer 'Fall Rust'?', in Wolfgang Rehm (ed.), Bachiana et alia Musicologica. Festschrift Alfred Dürr zum 65. Geburtstag am 3. März 1983. Kassel [u.a.]: Bärenreiter, 1983, pp. 183-191] Postscript, p. 254.
47. Marshall, Robert L.:   Tempo and Dynamics: The Original Terminology. [ce]Marshall (1989), 255-269, 333-337. [Repr. of 'Tempo and Dynamic Indications in the Bach Sources: A Review of the Terminology', Peter F.Williams (ed), Bach, Handel, Scarlatti Tercentenary Essays. Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press 1985, pp. 259-276]
48. Marshall, Robert L.:   Organ or 'Klavier'? Instrumental Prescriptions in the Sources of the Keyboard Works. [ce]Marshall (1989), 271-293, 337-339. [Repr. of 'Organ or 'Klavier'? Instrumental Prescriptions in the Sources of Bach's Keyboard Works', in George B. Stauffer and Ernest May (eds.), J. S. Bach as Organist. His instruments, music and performance practices. - London: B. T. Batsford Ltd., 1986, pp. 212-239]
49. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The Sources, The Style, The Significance. New York: Schirmer Books, 1989. xxiii, 375p. [contents]
50. Marshall, Robert L.:   Johann Sebastian Bach. Neue Ausgabe Sämtlicher Werke. Serie I · Band 19. Kantaten zum 9. und 10. Sonntag Nach Trinitatis. Kritischer Bericht. Leipzig: VEB Deutscher Verlag für Musik; Kassel [u.a.]: Bärenreiter, 1989. 255p. [Ed.-Nr.: BA 5060-41] [contents]
51. Marshall, Robert L.:   Truth and Beauty: J. S. Bach at the Crossroads of Cultural History. Bach 21/2 (Summer 1990), 3-14.
52. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Notebooks for Wilhelm Friedemann and Anna Magdalena Bach: Some Biographical Lessons. [fs]AlvinJohnson (1990), 192-200.
53. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bachs h-Moll-Messe. Zur Quellensituation und Überlieferung. SchrRIBachAkadStuttgart 3 (1990), 48-67.
54. Marshall, Robert L.:   Beobachtungen am Autograph der h-Moll-Messe. Zum Kompositionsprozeß J. S. Bachs. SchrRIBachAkadStuttgart 3 (1990), 68-82.
55. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Mozart: Styles of Musical Genius. Bach 22/1 (Spring-Summer 1991), 16-32.
56. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Mozart: Styles of musical genius. [ce]PsychoanalyticExplorations 2 (1993), 153-169.
57. Marshall, Robert L.:   Truth and Beauty: J. S. Bach at the Crossroads of Cultural History. [fs]Scheide (1993), 179-188.
58. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's Tempo ordinario: A Plaine and Easie Introduction to the System. [p]AMS_NewEngland (Apr 1993) A paper read at the New England Chapter of the American Musicological Society on 3 April 1993 at Tufts University.
59. Marshall, Robert L.:   Johann Sebastian Bach. [ce]18cKeyboardM (1994), 68-123. [Headings: The Repertoire; Bach's Instruments; The First Decade, ca. 1703-1713: Apprenticeship and Early Mastery; The First Synthesis: 1713-1723; The Second Synthesis: Leipzig, 1726-1741; The Final Decade]
60. Marshall, Robert L. (ed.):   Eighteenth-Century Keyboard Music. New York: Schirmer, 1994. xvi, 443p. ISBN: 0-02-871355-9. - Prentice Hall, 1994, 384p. (= Studies in Musical Genres and Repertories) - 2nd edn in paperback from Routledge, 2003. ISBN: 0415966426. [contents]
61. Marshall, Robert L.:   Luther, Bach, and the early reformation chorale. [Transcript of the author's Kessler Reformation lecture, October 17, 1995] Atlanta: Pitts Theology Library, 1995. iv, 15p. (= Occasional publications of the Pitts Theology Library)
62. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's 'tempo ordinario:' A Plaine and Easie Introduction to the System. [fs]Brainard (1996), 249-278.
63. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Mozart's Artistic Maturity. BachPerspectives 3 (1998), 47-79.
64. Marshall, Robert L.:   Wenn Mozart länger gelebt hätte. Eine wissenschaftliche Fantasie. [fs]Schulze65 (1999), 270-281.
65. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Nathan Bequest: Payment Receipts in the Hand of Johann Sebastian Bach, 1746 to 1748 (With a Fragment for the Year 1749 in the Hand of His Son). [gs]Moldenhauer (2000), 81-85.
66. Marshall, Robert L.:   Toward a Twenty-First-Century Bach Biography. MQ 84/3 (Fall 2000), 497-525. Texts and Contexts.
67. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach 2000: Tue Rechung! [p]ABS_Washington (Apr 2000) Keynote address to American Bach Society Biennial Meeting, Washington, D. C., April 7-9, 2000.
68. Scheide, William H.; Marshall, Robert L.; Marissen, Michael; Wolff, Christoph:   Arthur Mendel and the World of J. S. Bach. [p]Mendel60BR (Nov 2005) Lecture given at 'Bach and Mendel': A Special Symposium in Celebration of the Centenary of Professor Arthur Mendel and the Sixtieth Anniversary of The Bach Reader, Saturday, November 19, 2005 at the Princeton University.
69. Curry, Robert; Gable, David; Marshall, Robert L. (eds.):   Variations on the canon: Essays on music from Bach to Boulez in honor of Charles Rosen on his eightieth birthday. Rochester,NY: University of Rochester, 2008. x, 375p. ISBN: 1-58046-285-8; 978-1-58046-285-3. (= Eastman studies in music, 58) [contents]
70. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's Tempo ordinario: A Plaine and Easie Introduction to the System. PerformPractReview 13/1 (2008), 1-33.
71. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Luther. [ce]AstonMagnaAcademy (2009), 229-241. Chapter 7.
72. Marshall, Robert L.:   Belated Thoughts on Bach's Chorus: A Reexamination of the Minimalist and Traditional Approaches to performing the choral music of Bach. EarlyMAmer 15/4 (Winter 2009), 24-27.
73. Marshall, Robert L.; Rifkin, Joshua:   In Memoriam: Alfred Dürr (March 3, 1918-April 7, 2011). BachNotesABS 15 (Fall 2011), 1-4. [Marshall, pp.[1]-3; Rifkin, pp.3-4] http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes15.14.pdf
74. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach the Progressive: Observations on His Later Works. [ce]BaroqueComposers (2011), 399-443. Repr. from Musical Quarterly, lxii/3 (1976), pp. 313-357.
75. Marshall, Robert L.:   Postscript [to 'Bach the Progressive'] [ce]BaroqueComposers (2011), 459-463. Repr. from The Music of Johann Sebastian Bach. The Sources, The Style, The Significance, New York: Schirmer Books (1989), pp. 54-58.
76. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach at Mid-Life: The Christmas Oratorio and the Search for New Paths. Bach 43/1 (2012), 1-28.
77. Marshall, Robert L.:   Redeeming the St. John Passion... And J. S. Bach. BachNotesABS 17 (Fall 2012), 5-11. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes17.8.pdf
78. Marshall, Robert L.:   Redeeming the St. John Passion: How modern sensitivity has clouded Bach's masterpiece. Commentary (Jul-Aug 2012), 36-39.
79. Marshall, Robert L.; Marshall, Traute M.:   Wenig bekannte Dokumente zu J. S. Bachs Ohrdrufer Zeit. BachJb 101 (2015), 155-165. Übersetzung: Stephanie Wollny.
80. Marshall, Robert L.; Marshall, Traute M.:   Exploring the World of J. S. Bach: A Travelor's Guide [by] Robert L. Marshall and Traute M. Marshall. Published in cooperation with the American Bach Society. - Urbana, Chicago and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2016. xxx, 245p. ISBN 978-0252081767 (pbk), 978-0252040313 (ebook)
81. Marshall, Robert L.:   Father and Sons: Confronting a Uniquely Daunting Paternal Legacy. BachPerspectives 11 (2017), 1-23.
82. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach at the Boundaries of Music History: Preliminary Thoughts on the B-minor Mass and the Late Style Paradigm. ContextBachStud 8 (2018), 297-303.
83. Marshall, Robert L.:   A Report on the 2019 UMass Amherst Bach Symposium. BachNotesABS 31 (Fall 2019), 16-17.
84. Marshall, Robert L.:   Prologue. The Century of Bach and Mozart as a Music-Historical Epoch: A Different Argument for the Proposition. [ce]Marshall (2019), 1-8, 261.
85. Marshall, Robert L.:   Young Man Bach: Toward a Twenty-First-Century Bach Biography. [ce]Marshall (2019), 9-29, 261-266. Chapter 1.
86. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Notebooks for Wilhelm Friedemann and Anna Magdalena Bach: Some Biographical Lessons. [ce]Marshall (2019), 30-37, 266-268. Chapter 2.
87. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Luther. [ce]Marshall (2019), 38-55, 268-269. Chapter 3
88. Marshall, Robert L.:   Redeeming the St. John Passion--and J. S. Bach. [ce]Marshall (2019), 56-64, 269-270. Chapter 4.
89. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach's Keyboard Music. [ce]Marshall (2019), 65-113, 270-276. Chapter 5.
90. Marshall, Robert L.:   The Minimalist and Traditionalist Approaches to Performing Bach's Choral Music: Some Further Thoughts [ce]Marshall (2019), 114-120, 276-277. Chapter 6.
91. Marshall, Robert L.:   Truth and Beauty: J. S. Bach at the Crossroads of Cultural History. [ce]Marshall (2019), 121-129, 277-278. Chapter 7.
92. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach at Mid-Life: The Christmas Oratorio and the Search for New Paths. [ce]Marshall (2019), 130-147, 278-279. Chapter 8.
93. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach at the Boundaries of Music History: Preliminary Reflections on the B-Minor Mass and the Late-Style Paradigm. [ce]Marshall (2019), 148-155, 279-280. Chapter 9.
94. Marshall, Robert L.:   Father and Sons: Confronting a Uniquely Daunting Paternal Legacy. [ce]Marshall (2019), 156-173, 280-284. Chapter 10.
95. Marshall, Robert L.:   Johann Christian Bach and Eros. [ce]Marshall (2019), 174-185, 284-286. Chapter 11.
96. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Mozart: Styles of Musical Genius. [ce]Marshall (2019), 186-196, 286-289. Chapter 12.
97. Marshall, Robert L.:   Mozart and Amadeus. [ce]Marshall (2019), 197-211, 289-292. Chapter 13.
98. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Mozart's Artistic Maturity. [ce]Marshall (2019), 212-237, 292-294. Chapter 14.
99. Marshall, Robert L.:   Mozart's Unfinished: Some Lessons of the Fragments [ce]Marshall (2019), 238-251, 294-296. Chapter 15.
100. Marshall, Robert L.:   Had Mozart Lived Longer: Some Cautious (and Incautious) Speculations. [ce]Marshall (2019), 252-259, 296-298. Epilogue (ossia Postmortem).
101. Marshall, Robert L.:   Bach and Mozart: Essays on the Enigma of Genius. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press; Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2019. xxi, 331p. ISBN: 978-1-58046-962-3 [contents]
102. Marshall, Robert L.; Marshall, Traute M.:   Bach Family Sites. Bach 51/1 (2020), 70-121.

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