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1. Melamed, Daniel R.:   The Authorship of the Motet 'Ich lasse dich nicht' (BWV Anh. 159). JAMSoc 41/3 (Autumn 1988), 491-526.
2. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Problems of Chronology, Style, and Function in J. S. Bach's Motets. [p]AMS_Baltimore (Nov 1988) A paper read at the 54th Annual Meeting of the AMS and the 11th Annual Meeting of the Society for Music Theory, 3-6 November 1988 in Baltimore, Maryland.
3. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Eine Motette Sebastian Knüpfers aus J. S. Bachs Notenbibliothek. BachJb 75 (1989), 191-196. Kleine Beiträge.
4. Melamed, Daniel Richard:   J. S. Bach and the German motet. diss. (1989), x, 333 Bl. PhD diss. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University 1989. x, 333 Bl.
5. Melamed, Daniel R.:   J. S. Bach and the Altbachisches Archiv. [p]AMS_Oakland (Nov 1990) A paper read at the AMS/SEM/SMT Oakland Annual Meetings on 7-11 November 1990.
6. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Eine Motette Sebastian Knüpfers aus J. S. Bachs Notenbibliothek. SommerAkadJSBach Almanach (1990), ii: 14 - 17. [Konzert 25.8.1990]
7. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Probleme zu Chronologie, Stil und Zweck der Motetten Johann Sebastian Bachs. BeitrBachF 9-10 (1991), 277-284.
8. Melamed, Daniel R.:   How Did J.S. Bach Teach Vocal Composition? [p]AMS_Pittsburgh (Nov 1992) A paper read at the American Musicological Society Annual Meeting in Pittsburgh on 5-8 November 1992.
9. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Mehr zur Chronologie von Bachs Weimarer Kantaten. BachJb 79 (1993), 213-216. Kleine Beiträge.
10. Melamed, Daniel R.:   J. S. Bach and the German Motet. Cambridge Univ Press, 1995. xv, 229p - R/2005 (paperback). xv, 229p. ISBN: 0-521-61976-9.
11. Melamed, Daniel R.:   A thirty-six voice canon in the hand of C. P. E. Bach. BachStud 2 (1995), 107-118.
12. Melamed, Daniel R. (ed.):   Bach Studies 2. Cambridge Univ. Press, 1995, xiv, 238p. [contents]
13. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Cantatekoren en koralen. [ce]WereldBachCantates 1 (1995), 168-183. [Cantata choirs and chorales] trans. Christo Lelie.
14. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Misa Kyoku, Magnificat. [ce]BachJiten (1996), 220-224. [Masses, Magnificat]
15. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Chor- und Choralsätze. [ce]WeltBachKantaten 1 (1996), 169-184.
16. Melamed, Daniel R.:   J.F. Doles's Setting of a Picander Libretto and J.S. Bach's Teaching of Vocal Composition. JMcol 14/4 (Autumn 1996), 453-474.
17. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Joh. Christoph Bach, org. [p]ABS_California (Apr 1996) Paper read at American Bach Society, Biennial Meeting. University of California, Berkeley, April 12-14, 1996.
18. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Chöre, Duette und Instrumentalstücke. [ce]WeltBachKantaten 2 (1997), 201-212.
19. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Koren, duetten en instrumentale delen. [ce]WereldBachCantates 2 (1997), 202-213. [Choruses, duets, and instrumental sections]
20. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Choruses and Chorales. [ce]WorldOfBachCantatas 1 (1997), 155-170.
21. Melamed, Daniel R.; Marissen, Michael:   An introduction to Bach Studies. New York and Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1998. xi, 189p.
22. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bach no Kyokai Kantata ni okeru Motetto Yoshiki Gakusho. BachZenshu 4 (Oct 1998), 88-96. trans. by Ryuichi Higuchi. [Motett-style movements in Bach's Church Cantatas]
23. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Koren. [ce]WereldBachCantates 3 (1998), 176-191. [Choruses]
24. Melamed, Daniel R.; Sanders, Reginald L.:   Zum Text und Kontext der 'Keiser'-Markuspassion. BachJb 85 (1999), 35-50.
25. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Chorsätze. [ce]WeltBachKantaten 3 (1999), 177-192.
26. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Der Text der Kantate 'Gott ist mein König' (BWV 71). [fs]Schulze65 (1999), 160-172.
27. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Constructing Johann Christoph Bach (1642-1703). MLetters 80/3 (Aug 1999), 345-365.
28. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bach Revived: If Wishes Were Passions. NYTimes (2 Apr 2000)
29. Melamed, Daniel R.:   The Text of Gott ist mein König BWV 71. [p]ABS_Washington (Apr 2000) Paper read at American Bach Society Biennial Meeting, Washington, D. C., April 7-9, 2000.
30. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bach's Leipzig performances of the Hamburg St. Mark Passion. [p]WK_Leipzig (Jan 2000) A paper read at the Wissenschaftliche Konferenz 'Bach in Leipzig / Bach und Leipzig' from 27 to 29 January 2000.
31. Melamed, Daniel R.:   A Tool from the Late 17th Century for Chorale Research. AmerBachSocNL (Fall 2001), 6-7.
32. Melamed, Daniel R.:   The Text of 'Gott ist mein König' BWV 71. Bach 32/1 (2001), 1-16.
33. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Gassho to Koraru Gakkyoku. [ce]BachKantataNoSekai 1 (2001), 271-296. [Chor- und Choralsätze.] Trans. by Tadashi Isoyama and Mariko Ikegami.
34. Melamed, Daniel R. (ed.):   Motets / Johann Ludwig Bach. Edited by Daniel Melamed. - Middleton, WI: A-R Editions, 2001. xix, 203p. ISBN: 0-89579-470-5; 978-0-89579-470-3. (= Recent researches in the music of the Baroque era, B 108)
35. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Die alte Chorbibliothek der Kirche Divi Blasii zu Mühlhausen. BachJb 88 (2002), 209-216. Kleine Beiträge.
36. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Gasshokyoku, Nijushokyoku, Kigakukyoku. [ce]BachKantataNoSekai 2 (2002), 331-348. [Chöre, Deutte und Instrumentalstücke] Trans. by Kazuhiro Fujiwara.
37. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Gasshokyoku. [ce]BachKantataNoSekai 3 (2002), 299-320. [Chorsätze] Trans. by Tadashi Isoyama and Erina Hayasaki.
38. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bachs Aufführung der Hamburger Markus-Passion in den 1740er Jahren. LeipzigerBeitrBachF 5 (2002), 289-308. Übersetzung von Ulrich Leisinger.
39. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bach und Palestrina -- Einige praktische Probleme I. BachJb 89 (2003), 221-224. Kleine Beiträge.
40. Melamed, Daniel R.:   The Double Chorus in J. S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion BWV 244. JAMSoc 57/1 (Spring 2004), 3-50.
41. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Hearing Bach's Passions. New York: Oxford University Press, 2005. vii, 178p. ISBN: 0-19-516933-6. - rev. edn, 2016. xxiii, 178p. ISBN: 978-0-19-049012-6
42. Melamed, Daniel R.:   The Passions: Versions and Problems / Las pasiones: versiones y problemas. Goldberg 34 (Jun 2005), 30-37. http://goldbergweb.com/en/magazine/essays/2005/06/31964.php Traducido por José Luis Gil Aristu: http://goldbergweb.com/es/magazine/essays/2005/06/31963.php
43. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Seventeenth-Century Hamburg Passions and Their Shadows in the Eighteenth Century. [p]CWolff_Harvard (Sep 2005) A Paper read at the 'The Century of Bach and Mozart Perspectives on Historiography, Composition, Theory & Performance', a conference dedicated to Christoph Wolff, held on September 23-25, 2005 at John Knowles Paine Concert Hall, Harvard University.
44. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Hat Johann Sebastian Bach die Lukas-Passion BWV 246 aufgeführt? BachJb 92 (2006), 161-169. (Übersetzung: Stephanie Wollny)
45. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bach's St. John Passion: Can We Really Still Hear the Work--and Which One? [ce]WorldOfBaroqueMusic (2006), 235-252. Chapter Eleven.
46. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Staffing J. S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion Then and Now. Colloquium 4 (Autumn 2007), 145-150. Bach in the Blood. http://www.yale.edu/ism/colloq_journal/vol4/melamed1.html
47. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Two Unusual Cues in J. S. Bach's Performing Parts. [fs]Leaver65 (2007), 141-146.
48. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bachs Schwester. BachJb 94 (2008), 337-341. Kleine Beiträge.
49. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Counterpoint in Mozart's 'Die Entführung aus dem Serail'. CambridgeOperaJ 20/1 (2008), 25-51.
50. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Choral Unison in J.S. Bach's Vocal Music. [ce]AboutBach (2008), 53-60.
51. Melamed, Daniel R.:   The Evolution of 'Und wenn die Welt voll Teufel wär' BWV 80/5. HarvardPubM 22 (2008), 189-205.
52. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Johann Sebastian Bach and Barthold Heinrich Brockes. [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
53. Melamed, Daniel R. (ed.):   Passion according to St. Luke (1771): based on a setting by Georg Philipp Telemann ; incorporating music by Georg Anton Benda, Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel, and Gottfried August Homilius / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Edited by Daniel R. Melamed. - Los Altos, CA: Packard Humanities Institute, 2009. xxiii, 8, 132p. ISBN: 978-1-933280-22-6 (= Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works. Series IV: Oratorios and passions, Volume 6.1) [H 784]
54. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Scoring, text and genre in 'Nun ist der Herr zu Ruh gebracht' BWV 244/67. [p]SMA_Glasgow (Apr 2009) A keynote paper read at SMA Spring Study Day 'Bach's Passions' held on 24-25 April 2009 at University of Glasgow.
55. Erickson, Raymond; Tatlow, Ruth; Melamed, Daniel R.:   Bach & Friends: Three Reviews of Michael Lawrence's New Film. BachNotesABS 13 (Fall 2010), 1-4. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes13.pdf
56. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Johann Sebastian Bach and Barthold Heinrich Brockes. BachPerspectives 8 (2011), 13-41.
57. Melamed, Daniel R. (ed.):   J. S. Bach and the Oratorio Tradition. Edited by Daniel R. Melamed. - Urbana, Chicago and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2011. ix, 153p. ISBN-10 0-252-03584-4. ISBN13 978-0-252-03584-5. (= Bach Perspectives, 8) [contents]
58. Goldberg, Randall E.; Melamed, Daniel R. (eds.):   Passion according to St. Luke (1775) / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Edited by Randall E. Goldberg and Daniel R. Melamed. - Los Altos, CA: Packard Humanities Institute, 2011. xxx, 153p. ISBN: 978-1-933280-41-7. (= Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works. Series IV: Oratorios and passions, Volume 6.2) [H 788]
59. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Johann Sebastian Bach, Johann Gottfried Walther und die Musik von Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina. BachJb 98 (2012), 73-93. Übersetzung: Stephanie Wollny.
60. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Text, voice, and genre in 'Nun ist der Herr zur Ruh gebracht' BWV 244/67. EastmanStudM 102 (2013), 111-135.
61. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Did J. S. Bach’s Listeners Analyze? [p]BNUK_Warsaw (Jul 2013) A paper read at the dialogue session 'analytical issues in Bach’s vocal music' presented at the Sixth J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting at University of Warsaw, 3-7 July 2013. Respondent: Michael Marissen.
62. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Multi-day Passions and J.S. Bach's Christmas oratorio, BWV248. 18cM 11/2 (Sep 2014), 215-234.
63. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Did Bach's Listeners Analyze? [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014) A paper read at the biennial meeting of the American Bach Society 'Johann Sebastian Bach and His Sons' held at Kenyon College in Ohio, May 1-4, 2014.
64. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Two Sanctus Settings by Johann Christoph Altnickol. [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.
65. Melamed, Daniel R.; Parrott, Andrew; Fehleisen, Fred:   Principles and potential for the development of the performance-academic discourse. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017) A session presented at the Eighth J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, 10-15 July 2017.
66. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Listening to Bach: the Mass in B minor and Christmas oratorio. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, 2018. xx, 149p. ISBN: 978-0-19-088105-4; 978-0-19-088107-8.
67. Melamed, Daniel R.:   How Did J. S. Bach's 'Aus Liebe will mein Heiland sterben,' BWV 244/49, Get to Be So Slow? 19cM 43/1 (Summer 2019), 3-16.

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