Bach Bibliography
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1. Bertoglio, Chiara:   Busoni on how to transcribe from the organ to the piano: an easy course in ten Preludes. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
2. Vroegindeweij, Lydia:   Consolation by Luther and Bach. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
3. Hausmann, Christiane:   Bach Digital. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
4. Marissen, Michael; Varwig, Bettina; Begbie, Jeremy:   Bach and God. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
5. Melamed, Daniel R.; Parrott, Andrew; Fehleisen, Fred:   Principles and potential for the development of the performance-academic discourse. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
6. Wilkinson, Tom:   To what extent is J. S. Bach a compositional theorist? [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
7. Maul, Michael; Reul, Barbara M.; Leaver, Robin A.:   The Fleckeisen Document and its Implications. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
8. Crist, Stephen A.:   New research on Lorenz Mizler. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
9. Belcher, Owen:   Analytical studies of selected cantatas by J. S. Bach. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
10. Wijnen, Dingeman van; Clement, Albert:   World launch of the Calov Bible facsimile. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
11. Heber, Noelle:   Treasures in heaven and on earth: poverty and abundance in the life and sacred cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
12. Bringeland, Sjur Haga:   Bach and the recorder. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
13. Murata, Kayo:   Redefining the 'permutation fugues' of J. S. Bach: focusing on the differences with the invertible counterpoint developed in North Germany. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
14. Roe, Stephen:   New research on J. C. Bach sources. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
15. Tomita, Yo; Schulenberg, David; Lewis, Daniel Martyn:   Bach's quaver notation and performance implications. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)
16. Cressy, Thomas:   Bach and the samurai aesthetic framework: the implications of the writings of Utagawa Yoan and Kume Kunitake. [p]BNUK_Cambridge (Jul 2017)

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