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1. Oleskiewicz, Mary A.:   Quantz and the Flute at Dresden: His Instruments, His Repertory, and Their Significance for the 'Versuch' and the Bach Circle. diss. (1998), xxxiv, 727p. PhD diss., Performance Practice, Duke University. 1998, xxxiv, 727p
2. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Bach, Quantz and the Tranverse Flute: Interrelationships and Influences. [p]ABS_Yale (Apr 1998) A paper read at American Bach Society conference (Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, 25 April 1998)
3. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   The Trio in Bach's Musical Offering: A Salute to Frederick's Tastes and Quantz's Flutes? BachPerspectives 4 (1999), 79-110.
4. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Bach, Quantz, and the flute. Traverso 12/4 (Oct 2000), 13-15.
5. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Quantz's Quatuors and Other Works Newly Discovered. EarlyM 31/4 (Nov 2003), 484-505. Music Lost and Found.
6. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   More Discoveries From the Archive of the Sing-Akademie zu Berlin: The Long-Lost Flute Quartets and other works of Johann Joachim Quantz (1697-1773). [p]IS_Memphis (Nov 2003) Paper read at an International Symposium held at Rhodes College, 6-7 November 2003: The Composers And Compositions Of The Berlin Sing-Akademie
7. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   The flute at Dresden: Ramifications for eighteenth-century woodwind performance in Germany. [cr]York1999 (2005), 145-165.
8. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Rewriting the Recent Past: Icons, Anecdotes, and the Music of Eighteenth-Century Berlin. [p]AMS_LosAngeles (Nov 2006) A paper read at the Annual meeting of American Musicological Society and Society for Music Theory in Los Angeles, 2-5 November, 2006.
9. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Rewriting the Recent Past: Icons, Anecdotes, and the Music of Eighteenth-Century Berlin. [p]BICB_Warsaw (Jul 2006) A paper read at the 12th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at Warsaw University from 26 to 30 July 2006.
10. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   'For the Church as Well as For the Orchestra': J.S. Bach, the Missa, and the Dresden Court, 1700-1750. Bach 38/2 (2007), 1-38.
11. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Like father, like son? Emanuel Bach and the writing of biography. [fs]Williams70 (2007), 253-279.
12. Oleskiewicz, Mary (ed.):   Solo Sonatas / Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. Edited by Mary Oleskiewicz - Los Altos, CA: Packard Humanities Institute, 2008. xxx, 146p (Critical Report p.127ff). ISBN: 978-1-933280-23-3. (= Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: The Complete Works. Series II: Chamber music, Volume 1) [Sonata in A minor for unaccompanied Flute, Wq 132. Sonata in G major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 123. Sonata in E minor for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 124. Sonata in B-flat major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 125. Sonata in D major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 126. Sonata in G major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 127. Sonata in A minor for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 128. Sonata in D major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 129. Sonata in B-flat major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 130. Sonata in D major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 131. Sonata in G major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 133. Sonata in G major for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 134. Sonata in G minor for Flute and Basso Continuo, Wq 130. Sonata in B-flat major for Oboe and Basso Continuo, Wq 135. Sonata in C major for Viola da gamba and Basso Continuo, Wq 136. Sonata in D major for Viola da gamba and Basso Continuo, Wq 137. Sonata in G major for Harp and Basso Continuo, Wq 139. Sonata in G minor for Violoncello and Basso Continuo, Wq 138 (lost)] [Wq 123-137, 139, 138 (lost)]
13. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   The Art of the Cadenza: Improvisation and Composition in Eighteenth-Century Sonatas and Concertos for Flute. MichaelsteinKonfBer 74 (2008), 237-262.
14. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Chamber Music and Piano Music. [ce]ASingAkadBerlinCat (2010), 97-110. [Headings: The Chamber Music of the Sing-Akademie Collection; Genres and Instrumentation; Pedagogical and Contrapuntal Works; Bach sources; Telemann sources; Provenance; Keyboard Music; The significance of the collection; Performance and Musical Life in Berlin]
15. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Kammermusik und Klaviermusik. [ce]ASingAkadBerlinCat (2010), 191-205. [Headings: Die Kammermusik der Sing-Akademie-Sammlung; Gattungen und Besetzung; Pädagogische und kontrapunktische Werke; Die Bach-Bestände; Die Telemann-Bestände; Provenienz; Klaviermusik; Zur Bedeutung dieser Sammlung; Aufführungen der Werke und Musikleben in Berlin]
16. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Bachs in Berlin: The Courts of Brandenburg-Prussia As Background to Instrumental Works of J.S., W.F., and C.P.E. Bach. [p]ABS_Wisconsin (May 2010) A Paper read at the Biennial Meeting of the American Bach Society 'BACH AND HIS GERMAN CONTEMPORARIES', May 7-9, 2010, University of Wisconsin-Madison
17. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Quantz als Kopist, Komponist und Vermittler von Dresdner Repertoire: Rheinsberg, Bayreuth, Berlin und seine europäische Reise. [p]Dresden (Jun 2010) A paper read at the colloquium 'Das Instrumentalrepertoire der Dresdner Hofkapelle in den ersten beiden Dritteln des 18. Jahrhunderts – Überlieferung und Notisten' held at Sächsische Landesbibliothek - Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek, Dresden, 23-25 June 2010.
18. Oleskiewicz, Mary (ed.):   The court of Brandenburg-Prussia. [ce]MusicGermanCourts (2011), 79-130.
19. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Keyboards, Bachs, and Berlin: Keyboard Instruments and Members of the Bach Family at the Court of Frederick 'the Great'. [p]ABS_Rochester (Sep 2012) A paper read at the biennial meeting of the American Bach Society 'Bach and the Organ' held at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, NY, 27-30 September 2012.
20. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   De fluitist van Sanssouci: Koning Frederik 'de Grote' als uitvoerder en componist. Fluit 21/1 (Jan 2013), 5-14. [The flutist of Sanssouci: King Friedrich II 'the Great' as performer and composer] Trans. Theo Proeski.
21. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach en de fluit. I. Fluit 22/4 (Sep 2014), 10-17. Trans. Hans Maas.
22. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and the flute. FlutistQ 39/4 (Summer 2014), 20-33.
23. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   The Quartets of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. [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.
24. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Like father, like son? Emanuel Bach and the writing of biography. [ce]Late18cComposers_CPEB (2015), 23-50. Repr. from T. Donahue ed., Music and Its Questions (2007), pp. 253-279.
25. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach en de fluit. II. Fluit 23/1 (Jan 2015), 11-14. Trans. Hans Maas.
26. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   In Memoriam: Peter F. Williams (14 May 1937—20 March 2016). BachNotesABS 25 (Fall 2016), 8-9.
27. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   Keyboards, Music Rooms, and the Bach Family at the Court of Frederick the Great. BachPerspectives 11 (2017), 24-82. For Walter Mayhall, in memoriam.
28. Oleskiewicz, Mary (ed.):   J. S. Bach and His Sons. Edited by Mary Oleskiewicz. - Urbana, Chicago and Springfield: University of Illinois Press, 2017. x, 191p. ISBN: 978-0-252-04148-8 (hardcover); 978-0-252-05008-4 (e-book) (= Bach Perspectives, 11) [contents]
29. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   The Partita in A Minor for Unaccompanied Flute BWV 1013: Problems and Possibilities. Bach 51/2 (2020), 259-294. Listening to and Performing Bach.

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