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1. Tomita, Yo:   The Well-Tempered Clavier II and Pianoforte Performance. Appreciation of Bach's profound compositional level - Theological and philosophical Speculation. diss. (1986), 86p. MMus diss., Leeds Univ., with performance note. 1986, 86p.
2. Tomita, Yo:   J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II: A Study of its Aim, Historical Significance and Compiling Process. diss. (1990), xv, 317, 88, 608, 45p. PhD diss., Leeds University, 1990. xv, 317p. Supplements: A - 88p; B - 608p; C - 45p.
3. Tomita, Yo:   J. S. Bach's 'Das Wohltemperierte Clavier II': A Critical Commentary. Vol. I: Autograph Manuscripts. Leeds: Household World, 1993. iv, 146p. ISBN: 0-9521516-0-X.
4. Tomita, Yo:   Bach, The Font: inline Music Graphics for Databases and Spreadsheets. ComputingMcol 9 (1993-94), 61-64.
5. Tomita, Yo:   J. S. Bach's 'Das Wohltemperierte Clavier II': A Critical Commentary. Vol.II. All the Extant Manuscripts. Leeds: Household World, 1995. xxx, 1001p. ISBN: 0-9521516-7-7.
6. Tomita, Yo:   The Well-Tempered Clavier, Book 1 (BWV 846-869). English: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/wtc1.html, Japanese: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/wtc1j.html
7. Tomita, Yo:   A new light shed on the origin of Mozart's KV 404a and 405 through the recent source study of J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II. [p]BMC_London (Apr 1996) A paper read at the British Musicology Conference in April 1996 (King's College, London). http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/bmc1996/KV405.html
8. Tomita, Yo:   J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II in Vienna, 1777-1801: A Unique Reception History. [p]RMA_Belfast (May 1996) Royal Musical Association Conference, Irish Chapter (Queen's University of Belfast), May 1996.
9. Tomita, Yo:   Assessing a text-critical database using AI techniques. [p]RMA_London (Nov 1996) A paper read at RMA Study Day, 30 November 1996, at King's College, London. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/RMA-SD/txtcrit.html
10. Tomita, Yo:   The 'Goldberg' Variations (BWV 988). English: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/cu4.html, Japanese: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/cu4j.html
11. Tomita, Yo:   Reading Inspiration from Autograph Manuscripts: Musicologist's Advice to Performers on the second Book of the '48'. [p]JSBRI_Birmingham (May 1997) A Paper read at the Weekend Conference on J. S. Bach and Rhythmic Inequality at Birmingham Conservatoire on 31 May 1997
12. Tomita, Yo:   1780nendai Wien to 'Heikinritsu Klavier Kyokushu' Dai-2-Kan. Shiryo Densho kara kaimamiru fukuzatsu de unique na Juyoshi. [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Feb 1997) [Vienna in 1780s and Well-Tempered Clavier II: a complex and unique reception history seen through the transmission of sources]. A paper read at Kanto Chapter meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan on 8 February 1997 held at Kunitachi College of Music, Tokyo. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/wc2wien/wc2wien.html
13. Tomita, Yo:   The Sources of J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II in Vienna 1777-1801. Bach 29/2 (Fall-Winter 1998), 8-79. Errata published in Bach XXX/2 (1999) 75
14. Tomita, Yo:   'London Jihitsufu' to 'Heikinritsu Clavier Kyokushu'. BachZenshu 12 (Jul 1998), 64-83. ['London autograph' and 'the 'Well-tempered Clavier']
15. Tomita, Yo:   Analysing Bach's ink through a glass darkly. MTimes 139/1865 (Winter 1998), 37-38, 40-42.
16. Tomita, Yo:   Hitherto unknown musical transcription of Psalms in Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II? The old question revisited [p]BCB_Exeter (Jul 1998) A Paper read at Eighth Biennial Conference on Baroque Music, Univ. of Exeter, 9-12 July 1998. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/WTC2Psalm/index.html
17. Tomita, Yo:   Some considerations on current methods of studying Bach's autograph manuscripts with particular reference to isolating his revisions through the analysis of ink: an interim report. [p]RMA_Belfast (May 1998) Papers read at RMA Irish Chapter meeting, 8 May 1998 at University of Ulster, Belfast.
18. Tomita, Yo:   The Inventions and Sinfonias (BWV 772-801). English: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/inventions.html, Japanese: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/inventionsj.html
19. Tomita, Yo:   Bach and His Early Drafts: Some Observations on Little Known Early Versions of Well-Tempered Clavier II and the Goldberg Variations from the Manfred Gorke Collection. Bach 30/2 (1999), 49-72.
20. Tomita, Yo:   Das Wohltemperierte Clavier in England. Abschriften aus dem Besitz von Charles Burney und Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg. BachJb 85 (1999), 143-149. Kleine Beiträge.
21. Tomita, Yo:   Transmission of Bach's WTC in England during the Second Half of the Eighteenth Century. [p]RMA_Waterford (May 1999) Papers read at RMA 12th Irish Chapter meeting, 7-8 May 1999 at Institute of Technology, Waterford.
22. Tomita, Yo:   Clavier-Übung III ('The German Organ Mass') English: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/cu3.html, Japanese: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/cu3j.html
23. Tomita, Yo:   Bach Reception in Pre-Classical Vienna: Baron van Swieten's Circle Edits the 'Well-Tempered Clavier' II. MLetters 81/3 (Aug 2000), 364-391.
24. Tomita, Yo:   Bach's Credo in England: an early history. [p]BCB_Dublin (Jul 2000) A Paper read at Ninth Biennial Conference on Baroque Music, Trinity College Dublin, 12-16 July 2000.
25. Tomita, Yo:   Setting up Research Resources for the Future: The On-line Bach Bibliography Project and International Collaboration. [p]IBS_Utrecht (Sep 2000) Paper read at International Bach Symposium Utrecht 2000, University of Utrecht 12-14 September 2000.
26. Tomita, Yo:   Hitherto unknown Bach canons? Some findings from recent research into the dawn of the Bach movement in England. [p]WK_Leipzig (Jan 2000) A paper read at the Wissenschaftliche Konferenz 'Bach in Leipzig / Bach und Leipzig' from 27 to 29 January 2000.
27. Tomita, Yo:   Select Bibliography. AmerBachSocNL (Spring 2001), 6-7.
28. Tomita, Yo:   Psalm and the Well-Tempered Clavier II: Revisiting the Old Question of Bach's Source of Inspiration. Bach 32/1 (2001), 17-43.
29. Tomita, Yo:   The Six Partitas (BWV 825-830). English: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/CU1-e.html, Japanese: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/Partitas.htm
30. Tomita, Yo:   Select Bibliography. AmerBachSocNL (Spring 2002), 6-7.
31. Fujinami, Tsutomu; Tomita, Yo:   Heikinritsu Clavier Kyokushu Dai-2-Kan no Shukofu ni kansuru Database Kochiku to sono Riyo. IPSJSIGNotes 100 (Oct 2002), 21-26. [Managing a text-critical database of J.S. Bach's 'Well-Tempered Clavier II' with XML and a relational database.]
32. Tomita, Yo:   Gibt es bisher unbekannte Kanons von Bach? Ergebnisse jüngster Forschungen zur Frühzeit der Bach-Bewegung in England. LeipzigerBeitrBachF 5 (2002), 497-519. Übersetzung von Barbara Steinwachs.
33. Tomita, Yo:   On-line Bach Bibliography: a brief introduction and demonstration. [p]ABS_Houston (Apr 2002) A special presentation given at Biennial Meeting of the American Bach Society, April 26-28, 2002 at University of Houston, Rice University Houston, TX. 'J. S. Bach: Liturgy--Music--Theology.'
34. Tomita, Yo:   The Bach competition of 1801: the battle against time and correctness as seen in the first complete editions of the Well-Tempered Clavier. [p]BCB_Logrono (Jul 2002) A paper read at Tenth Biennial Conference on Baroque Music held at Universidad de La Rioja (Logroño) from 17 to 21 July 2002.
35. Tomita, Yo:   Struggle for correctness: Samuel Wesley as an editor of Bach's keyboard works. [p]BS_Dortmund (Jan-Feb 2002) A paper read at 4. Internationalen Dortmunder Bach-Symposion. 'Bachs Musik für Tasteninstrumente im Kontext der europäischen Musik' 30. Januar bis 2. Februar 2002.
36. Tomita, Yo:   The translation of twenty-four most recent musical thoughts?: a new hypothesis on the origin of the Well-Tempered Clavier II. [p]IATB_Eisenach (Mar 2002) Paper read at the Tagung der Internationalen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für theologische Bachforschung e.V. 14.-17. März 2002 in Verbindung mit der Evang.-Luth. Kirchgemeinde Eisenach, der Gesellschaft
37. Tomita, Yo; Fujinami, Tsutomu:   Managing a text-critical database of J.S. Bach's 'Well-Tempered Clavier II' with XML and a relational database. [p]IMS_Leuven (Aug 2002) A paper read at International Musicological Society, 17th Congress, Lueven, 1-7 August 2002.
38. Tomita, Yo:   Samuel Wesley as analyst of Bach's fugues. [p]RMA_Dublin (May 2002) Paper read at Royal Musical Association 14th Irish Chapter Meeting held at Department of Music, University College Dublin, 3-4 May 2002.
39. Tomita, Yo:   The French Suites (BWV 812-817). English: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/FrSuites-e.html, Japanese: http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/FrSuites-j.html
40. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2003. 23 May-1 June. Review. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/BfestLeipzig2003/
41. Tomita, Yo:   Select Bibliography. AmerBachSocNL (Spring 2003), 6-7.
42. Tomita, Yo:   Kangengaku Kumikyoku o megutte. BCJ 61 (Oct 2003), 16-18. [On Orchestral Suites]
43. Tomita, Yo:   Streben nach Korrektheit: Samuel Wesley als Herausgeber von Bachs Klavierwerken. DortmundBachF 6 (2003), 87-103. trans. Stephanie Wollny.
44. Tomita, Yo:   Pursuit of perfection: stages of revision in Wesley and Horn's 'New and Correct' edition of Bach's '48'. [p]SMI_Maynooth (May 2003) Paper read at the first annual conference of the Society for Musicology in Ireland held at National University of Ireland Maynooth from 2 to 3 May 2003.
45. Tomita, Yo:   Stages of revision of the Wesley/Horn '48' title-page plate. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/wh/
46. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2004. Bach und die Romantik - Bach and the Age of Romanticism. 14 - 23 May 2004. Review. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/BfestLeipzig2004/
47. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2004. BachNotesABS 2 (Fall 2004), 5. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes02.pdf
48. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2004. BachNotesLBS (Sep 2004), [3].
49. Tomita, Yo:   The Dawn of the English Bach Awakening Manifested in Sources of the '48'. [ce]EnglishBachAwakening (2004), 35-167.
50. Tomita, Yo:   Pursuit of Perfection: Stages of Revision of the Wesley/Horn '48'. [ce]EnglishBachAwakening (2004), 341-377.
51. Tomita, Yo:   Samuel Wesley as Analyst of Bach's Fugues. [ce]EnglishBachAwakening (2004), 379-402.
52. Tomita, Yo:   Breaking the Limits: Some Preliminary Considerations on Introducing an e-Science Model to Source Studies. [cr]Shizuoka2002 (2004), 233-237.
53. Tomita, Yo:   Bach's Credo in England: an early history. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 205-227.
54. Leahy, Anne; Tomita, Yo (eds.):   Bach Studies from Dublin: Selected papers presented at the ninth biennial conference on Baroque music, held at Trinity College Dublin from 12th to 16th July 2000. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004. 270p. ISBN: 1-85182-857-5. (= Irish Musical Studies, 8) [contents]
55. Tomita, Yo:   Re-examining the role of Kirnberger in the compilation and dissemination of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II. [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
56. Tomita, Yo:   Recently discovered sources of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier and their implication. [p]SMI_Belfast (May 2004) A paper read at SMI Conference held at Queen's University Belfast, 7 and 8 May 2004.
57. Tomita, Yo:   The Simrock Edition of the Well-Tempered Clavier II. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/simrock/
58. Tomita, Yo:   Surviving copies of the Wesley/Horn '48'. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/wh/list-wh.htm
59. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2005. Bach und die Zukunft - Bach and the Future. 29 April - 8 May 2005. Review. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/BfestLeipzig2005/
60. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2005: 'Bach und die Zukunft'. BachNotesABS 4 (Fall 2005), 7. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes04.pdf
61. Tomita, Yo:   Leipzig, a City of Festivals. Bachfest'05- a view from the pew. BachNotesLBS (Sep 2005), [3-4].
62. Higuchi, Ryuichi; Kobayashi, Yoshitake; Beißwenger, Kirsten; Tomita, Yo; Sato, Nozomi; Isoyama, Tadashi:   Roundtable 1: Bach Kenkyu to 21 Seiki. OngakuGaku 51/3 (2005), 233-235. [Roundtable: Bach Research and the 21st Century] [Summary of papers and discussion at 56th annual meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan at Meijigakuin Daigaku, Tokyo Japan on 22-23 October 2005]
63. Tomita, Yo:   Bach Kenkyu no atarashii Keiko to Shorai ni kanshite no Ichikosatsu. OngakuGaku 51/3 (2005), 234. [A consideration on the new trend and future of Bach research] [Summary of paper read at 56th annual meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan at Meijigakuin Daigaku, Tokyo Japan on 22-23 October 2005]
64. Tomita, Yo:   The Bach reception in the first half of the nineteenth-century England seen through the manuscript and printed sources of the Well-Tempered Clavier. [p]BICM19C_Nottingham (Jul 2005) A paper read at Fifth Biennial International Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain, Nottingham, 7-10 July 2005
65. Higuchi, Ryuichi; Kobayashi, Yoshitake; Beißwenger, Kirsten; Tomita, Yo; Sato, Nozomi; Isoyama, Tadashi:   Roundtable 'Bach Kenkyu to 21Seiki'. [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Oct 2005) [Roundtable: Bach Research and the 21st Century] Papers and discussion at 56th annual meeting of the Musicological Society of Japan at Meijigakuin Daigaku, Tokyo Japan on 22-23 October 2005. Tomita's paper is uploaded at http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/NTBResearch.html
66. Tomita, Yo:   Editing Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier, Part 2. Paper read at 'Editing the Eighteenth Century' Workshop organised by CECS at Queen's University Belfast on 11 June 2006.
67. Tomita, Yo:   The Clavier-Übung II (BWV 971 and 831) http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/CU2-e.html
68. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2006: 'Von Bach zu Mozart'. May 27 to June 5. BachNotesABS 6 (Fall 2006), 15. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes06.pdf
69. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig '06 -- Another View from the Stalls. BachNotesLBS (Sep 2006), [4].
70. Tomita, Yo:   Bach, Johann Sebastian (b. Eisenach, 21 Mar. 1685; d. Leipzig, 28 July 1750) [ce]CambridgeMozartEncyclopedia (2006), 38-41. 1. The dissemination of Bach's works in Vienna; 2. Mozart's editorial work in K405; 3. Bach's influence on Mozart.
71. Tomita, Yo:   'Most ingenious, most learned, and yet practicable work': The English reception of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in the first half of the nineteenth century seen through the editions published in London. [p]ABS_Leipzig (May 2006) A paper read at the Biennial Meeting of the American Bach Society, Leipzig, May 11-13, 2006: 'Bach Crossing Borders'. Abstract published in BachNotesABS, 5 (Spring, 2006), p. 11.
72. Tomita, Yo:   Reconstructing Bach's conjugal conversation. Re-assessing the contribution and the musicological value of the work of Anna Magdalena Bach. [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.
73. Tomita, Yo (ed.):   Das Wohltemperierte Klavier ; Teil II / Johann Sebastian Bach. Revidierte Ausgabe, hrsg. von Yo Tamita. Ohne Fingersatz. - München: G. Henle, 2007. xiii, 164p. Pl.-Nr.: HN 258. ISMN: M-2018-0258-9. - replaced in c.2012 with Bestell-Nr. HN 1016 · ISMN M-2018-1016-4. [BWV 870-893]
74. Tomita, Yo (ed.):   Das Wohltemperierte Klavier ; Teil II / Johann Sebastian Bach. Hrsg. von Yo Tamita. Fingersatz und Hinweise zur Ausführung von András Schiff. Revidierte Ausgabe. Urtext. - München: G. Henle Verlag, c2007. xvii, 164p. Pl.-Nr. (brosch.): HN 16; (Leinen): HN 17. ISMN: M-2018-0016-5. [BWV 870-893]
75. Tomita, Yo:   'Most ingenious, most learned, and yet practicable work': The English reception of Bach's The Well-Tempered Clavier in the first half of the nineteenth century as seen through the editions published in London. BachNotesABS 7 (Spring 2007), 1-12. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes07.pdf
76. Tomita, Yo:   'Most ingenious, most learned, and yet practicable work': The English Reception of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in the First Half of the Nineteenth Century seen through the Editions Published in London. [ce]Piano19CBritishCulture (2007), 33-67.
77. Tomita, Yo; Crean, Elise; Mills, Ian (eds.):   International Symposium: Understanding Bach's B-minor Mass. Discussion Book 1. Full Papers by the Speakers at the Symposium on 2, 3 and 4 November 2007. School of Music and Sonic Arts, Queen's University Belfast. 2007. x, 356p. [contents]
78. Tomita, Yo; Kovacevic, Tanja; [Kovaèeviæ] (eds.):   International Symposium: Understanding Bach's B-minor Mass. Discussion Book 2. Resource Book. School of Music and Sonic Arts, Queen's University Belfast. 2007. 357-511pp. [contents] Latin 2
79. [Kovacevic, Tanja; Tomita, Yo; Leaver, Robin A.]:   B-minor Mass: Select Bibliography. [cr]Belfast2007 2 (2007), 492-504. Compiled by Tanja Kovacevic, Yo Tomita and Robin A. Leaver.
80. Tomita, Yo:   Bach and Dresden: A New Hypothesis on the Origin of the Goldberg Variations (BWV 988). [fs]Leaver65 (2007), 169-191.
81. Tomita, Yo:   Anna Magdalena as Bach's Copyist. UnderstandingBach 2 (2007), 59-76. http://www.bachnetwork.co.uk/ub2/tomita.pdf
82. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2008. Bach und seine Söhne - Bach and his sons. 13 June - 22 June 2008. Review. http://www.mu.qub.ac.uk/tomita/essay/BfestLeipzig2008/
83. Tomita, Yo:   'Bach and His Sons' Bachfest Leipzig 2008. BachNotesABS 10 (Fall 2008), 8-9. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes10.pdf
84. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2008. BachNotesLBS (Sep 2008), [3].
85. Tomita, Yo:   Reading Soul from Manuscripts: Observations on Performance Issues in J.S. Bach's Habits of Writing his Music. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008) A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
86. Tomita, Yo:   Anna Magdalena as Bach's Copyist. [p]BNUK_Oxford (Jan 2008) A paper read at the Third J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting 'New Directions in Bach Studies' at Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, 5-6 January 2008.
87. Tomita, Yo:   Bach Botsugo 50-nenkan ni okeru Mubanso Violin no tame no Sonata to Partita no Densho to Juyo ni kanshite. [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Oct 2008) [On the transmission and reception of the Sonatas and Partitas for Unaccompanied Violin in the 50 years following Bach's death.] A paper read as part of roundtable 'J.S. Bach and C.P.E. Bach - on transmission and creative reception' chaired by Tadashi Isoyama at the 59th Annual Meeting of Musicological Society of Japan from 24 to 25 October 2008 at Kunitachi College of Music, Tokyo.
88. Kovacevic, Tanja; [Kovaèeviæ]; Tomita, Yo:   Neue Quellen zu Johann Sebastian Bachs Violinsoli (BWV 1001-1006). Zur Rekonstruktion eines wichtigen Überlieferungszweigs. BachJb 95 (2009), 49-74. Latin 2
89. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2009. An appreciation. BachNotesLBS (Sep 2009), [4].
90. Niitsuma, Masahiro; Fujinami, Tsutomu; Tomita, Yo:   The Intersection of Computational Analysis and Music Manuscripts: A New Model for Bach Source Studies of the 21st Century. ISMIR 10 (2009), 519-523. In: Keiji Hirata, George Tzanetakis, Kazuyoshi Yoshii (eds.): Proceedings of the 10th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, ISMIR 2009, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan, October 26-30, 2009. International Society for Music Information Retrieval 2009, ISBN 978-0-9813537-0-8, pp. 519-524.
91. Tomita, Yo:   Bach no Jihitsufu kara Wareware wa Nani o manaberu ka. Ensosha to Kenkyusha no Eien no Kadai. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 21 (Mar 2009), 159-174. [What can we learn from Bach's autograph manuscripts? An eternal question of performers and musicologists]
92. Tomita, Yo:   The Well-Tempered Clavier in Pre-Classical Vienna: A New Source and Its Implication. [p]MwW_Belfast (Dec 2009) A paper read at Interdisciplinary Symposium 'Music without Walls?' Source Studies in the 21st Century, held at School of Music and Sonic Arts, Queen's University Belfast from 16 to 17 December 2009.
93. Niitsuma, Masahiro; Tomita, Yo:   The Intersection of Computational Analysis and Music Manuscripts: A New Model for Bach Source Studies of the 21st Century. [p]MwW_Belfast (Dec 2009) A poster presented at Interdisciplinary Symposium 'Music without Walls?' Source Studies in the 21st Century, held at School of Music and Sonic Arts, Queen's University Belfast from 16 to 17 December 2009.
94. Tomita, Yo:   Bachowskie przebudzenie Mozarta - studium kontekstu. PrzegladMuzykologiczny 7 (2009), 191-223. Prezek³ady: Piotr Szymaczak. [Mozart’s Bach Awakening and its Background] Latin 2
95. Tomita, Yo:   Anna Magdalena as Bach's Copyist. [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.
96. Tomita, Yo:   The Bachfest Leipzig 2009 -- A Review. BachNotesABS 12 (Winter 2010), 1-2. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes12.pdf
97. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2010. BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2010), [2-3].
98. Tomita, Yo:   Orijinaru Shiryo kara manabu Bach no 'Partita' Dai-2-ban to Dai-6-ban. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 22 (Mar 2010), 107-131. [Learning Bach's Partitas Nos. 2 and 6 from the original sources]
99. Tomita, Yo:   The Well-Tempered Clavier in Pre-Classical Vienna: A New Source and Its Implication. [p]BICB_Belfast (Jul 2010) A Paper read at the 14th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at Queen's University Belfast, 30 June-4 July 2010.
100. Tomita, Yo:   Psalm and the Well-Tempered Clavier II: Revisiting the Old Question of Bach's Source of Inspiration. [ce]BaroqueComposers (2011), 465-491. Repr. from Bach, xxxii/1 (2001), pp. 17-43.
101. Tomita, Yo:   Introduction. [ce]BaroqueComposers (2011), xv-xxxvii.
102. Tomita, Yo (ed.):   Bach. Farnham: Ashgate Publishing, 2011. xxxvii, 574p. ISBN: 978-0-7546-2891-0. (= The Baroque Composers, Series Editor: David Ledbetter) [contents]
103. Tomita, Yo:   Reading Soul from Manuscripts: Some Observations on Performance Issues in J. S. Bach's Habits of Writing His Music. [fs]Hogwood70 (2011), 13-40.
104. Niitsuma, Masahiro; Tomita, Yo:   Classifying Bach's Handwritten C-Clefs. ISMIR 12 (2011), 417-422. In: Anssi Klapuri, Colby Leider (eds.): Proceedings of the 12th International Society for Music Information Retrieval Conference, ISMIR 2011, Miami, Florida, USA, October 24-28, 2011. University of Miami 2011, ISBN 978-0-615-54865-4, pp. 417-422.
105. Tomita, Yo:   'Goldberg Hensokyoku' no Seiritsu wo megutte: Gendai ni okeru Pianist e no Ichiteigen. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 23 (Mar 2011), 91-115. [On the origin of 'Goldberg Variations': a suggestion for today's pianists]
106. Tomita, Yo:   Deciphering J. S. Bach's Performance Hints in his autograph manuscripts. [p]1ICHKM_Edinburgh (Jul 2011) Paper read at The 1st International Conference on Historical Keyboard Music, 1-3 July 2011 at University of Edinburgh.
107. Tomita, Yo:   The Implications of Bach's Introduction of New Fugal Techniques and Procedures in the Well-Tempered Clavier Book Two. [p]BNUK_Edinburgh (Aug 2011) A paper read at the Fifth Johann Sebastian Bach Dialogue Meeting at Loretto and Edinburgh, 12-14 August 2011.
108. Tomita, Yo:   19-seiki no Shuppanfu kara miru Bach Juyo no Shoyoso. [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Nov 2011) [Various aspects of Bach Reception seen through the 19-century editions of Bach's works] Paper read at the 62nd Annual Conference of the Musicological Society of Japan held on 5-6 November 2011 at the University of Tokyo.
109. Tomita, Yo:   The Implications of Bach's Introduction of New Fugal Techniques and Procedures in the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book Two. UnderstandingBach 6 (2011), 35-50. http://www.bachnetwork.co.uk/ub6/Tomita%20UB6.pdf
110. Tomita, Yo:   Songs Both New and Old -- A Review of the Bachfest Leipzig 2012. BachNotesABS 17 (Fall 2012), 1-5. [BWV 244b] http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes17.8.pdf
111. Tomita, Yo:   Leipzig's Bachfest sines again: an appreciation. BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2012), [3].
112. Tomita, Yo:   'Rotancho Misakyoku' to Bach Kenkyu: Sakuhin no Densho to Gakufu Henshushi kara miru Kenkyujo no Shomondai. KunitachiColMResearchInstBul 24 (Mar 2012), 145-182. [The B-minor Mass and Bach Research: Various research questions posed by the work's transmission and the history of editing]
113. Tomita, Yo:   Veiled aspects of Bach Reception in the 19th century exposed through a macro-level examination of prints. [p]BICB_Southampton (Jul 2012) A Paper read at the 15th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at Southampton University, 11-15 July 2012.
114. Tomita, Yo:   Veiled Aspects of Bach Reception in the long Nineteenth Century Exposed through a Macro-examination of Printed Music: with Particular Focus on The Well-Tempered Clavier. UnderstandingBach 7 (2012), 29-53. http://www.bachnetwork.co.uk/ub7/UB7_Tomita.pdf
115. Niitsuma, Masahiro; Schomaker, Lambert; Oosten, Jean-Paul van; Tomita, Yo:   Writer Identification in Old Music Manuscripts Using Contour-Hinge Feature and Dimensionality Reduction with an Autoencoder. In: Richard Wilson et al. (eds.), Computer Analysis of Images and Patterns: 15th International Conference, CAIP 2013, York, UK, August 27-29, 2013, Proceedings, Part II (Berlin and Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag, 2013), pp. 555-562. ISBN: 978-3-642-40245-6 (Print) 978-3-642-40246-3 (Online).
116. Ebata, Nobuaki; Tomita, Yo; Mills, Ian:   Mendelssohn and The Schübler Chorales (BWV 645-650): A New Source found in the Riemenschneider Bach Institute Collection. Bach 44/1 (2013), 1-45. In Memory of Yoshitake Kobayashi.
117. Tomita, Yo:   Challenging Virtuality: A Response to Ruth Tatlow. BachNotesABS 18 (Spring 2013), 3-6. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes18.12.pdf
118. Tomita, Yo:   Leipzig's Bachfest [2013] enthrals. BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2013), [3].
119. Tomita, Yo:   J. S. Bach no Kantata no Kenkyushi o megutte. BCJ 100 (Feb 2013), 34-37. Tokubetsu Kiko 2. [On J. S. Bach's Cantata Research]
120. Tomita, Yo; Leaver, Robin A.; Smaczny, Jan (eds.):   Exploring Bach's B-minor Mass. Edited by Yo Tomita, Robin A. Leaver and Jan Smaczny. - Cambridge University Press, 2013. xxix, 314p. ISBN 978-1-107-00790-1. [contents]
121. Tomita, Yo:   In Memoriam: Alison Jayne Dunlop (1985-2013) BachNotesABS 20 (Spring 2014), 6-7. http://www.americanbachsociety.org/Newsletters/BachNotes20.pdf
122. Tomita, Yo:   Revisiting Altnickol's 1744 Copy of the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014) A Paper read at the 16th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at University Mozarteum Salzburg, 9-13 July 2014.
123. Tomita, Yo:   'So herrlich stehst du, liebe Stadt!': Report on Bachfest Leipzig 12-21 June 2015. BachNotesABS 23 (Fall 2015), 8-11.
124. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2015: 'So herrlich stehst du, liebe Stadt!' -- A Report BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2015), [4].
125. Tomita, Yo; Blanken, Christine; Hausmann, Christiane:   New Online Resources for Bach Scholarship. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2015) A dialogue session presented at the Seventh J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, 8-10 July 2015.
126. Butt, John; Tomita, Yo; Marissen, Michael; Varwig, Bettina:   Principles of Performance Lost and Gained: John Butt on Bach-related subjects in conversation with Yo Tomita, Michael Marissen and Bettina Varwig. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2015) A session presented at the Seventh J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, 8-10 July 2015.
127. Tomita, Yo:   Bahha no Sakkyoku Katei to Enso e no Hinto o 8-bun Onpu no Renko kara yomitoku. [p]MSJ_Tokyo (Nov 2015) [Deciphering J. S. Bach’s performance hints hidden in his quaver beams] A paper read at the 66th National Conference of the Musicological Society of Japan at Aoyama Gakuin University, 14-15 November 2015.
128. Tomita, Yo:   Review -- 'Geheimnisse der Harmonie': Bachfest Leipzig 2016. BachNotesABS 25 (Fall 2016), 9-11.
129. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2016, a review from the pews. BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2016), [5].
130. Tomita, Yo:   Program Notes. [BWV 232] BCJ 120 (Nov 2016), 12-17.
131. Tomita, Yo:   Deciphering the performance hints hidden in J. S. Bach's quaver beams. EarlyM 44/1 (Feb 2016), 89-104. In memory of Christopher Hogwood (1941–2014)
132. Tomita, Yo:   Towards the accurate understanding of J. C. Altnickol's copies of Bach's works. [p]BICB_Canterbury (Jul 2016) A paper read at the 17th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music held at Canterbury Christ Church University, 13-17 July 2016. Abstract on p. 141.
133. Tomita, Yo:   Reading performance implications from J. S. Bach's eighth-note beams. [p]HPI_Bloomington (May 2016) A paper read at the conference 'Historical Performance: Theory, Practice, and Interdisciplinarity' held at Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, May 20-22, 2016.
134. Tomita, Yo:   Manuscripts. [ce]RoutledgeResearchCompanion (2017), 47-88. [Chapter 3] Part I: Sources. [main headings: Manuscript Study; Diplomatic Evidence; Notational Evidence; Musical Evidence; Performance Implications; Bach's Teaching; Critical Editions; Transmission and Reception History; Future Work]
135. Tomita, Yo:   Revisiting the reception of J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II in pre-Classical Vienna. [fs]Gillen (2017), 318-359.
136. Tomita, Yo; Schulenberg, David; Lewis, Daniel Martyn:   Bach's quaver notation and performance implications. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017) A session presented at the Eighth J. S. Bach Dialogue Meeting at Madingley Hall, Cambridge, 10-15 July 2017.
137. Tomita, Yo; Blanken, Christine; Rettinghaus, Klaus; Ebata, Nobuaki:   Towards the Development of the Next Generation of Online Resources for Bach Scholarship. [p]IMS_Tokyo (Mar 2017) A Study Session presented at the 20th Congress of the International Musicological Society, Tokyo 2017 [19-23 March 2017].
138. Tomita, Yo:   Exploring J. S. Bach's musical thinking and performance intentions through the examination of his quaver-beam notation. [p]IMS_Tokyo (Mar 2017) A paper read at the 20th Congress of the International Musicological Society, Tokyo 2017 [19-23 March 2017]. Roudtable Session 'Current Sources Studies in Bach Research: Sources, Scribes, and Beyond: A Tribute to Yoshitake Kobayashi'
139. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2018: Cycles ; A Conference Report. BachNotesABS 29 (Fall 2018), [1]-3.
140. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2018: a review. BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2018), [6].
141. Tomita, Yo:   The Passions as a Source of Inspiration? A Hypothesis on the Origin and Musical Aim of Well-Tempered Clavier II. ContextBachStud 8 (2018), 225-242.
142. Tomita, Yo:   Hof-Compositeur Bach: A Review of Bachfest Leipzig 2019. BachNotesABS 31 (Fall 2019), 11-14.
143. Tomita, Yo:   Bachfest Leipzig 2019 - A report BachNotesLBS (Autumn 2019), [3].
144. Tomita, Yo:   Program Notes. [BWV 1046-1051] BCJ 135 (Nov 2019), 12-19.
145. Tomita, Yo:   Aspects of the Reception of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in Chopin's Time: An Overview of Print and Manuscript Sources [cr]Warsaw2017 (2019), 171-196. Abstract: pp.198 (pl), 199 (en).

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