Bach Bibliography
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Series : IrishMStud
Volume : 8
Year : 2004
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TypeListAuthor: Title, Series, Vol/No (Year/Month/Date of Publication), PagesStatus
1. Abravaya, Ido:   The Baroque upbeat: outline of its typology and evolution. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 17-28
2. White, Harry:   Johann Joseph Fux and the question of Einbau technique. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 29-48
3. Stockigt, Janice B.:   The royal Polish and electoral Saxon court and state calendars, 1728-50. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 49-64
4. Kan, Rebecca:   Vivaldi, Bach and their concerto slow movements. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 65-91
5. Butler, Gregory G.:   The prelude to the third English Suite BWV 808: an allegro concerto movement in ritornello form. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 93-101
6. Franklin, Don O.:   Composing in time: Bach's temporal design for the Goldberg Variations. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 103-128
7. Leaver, Robin A.:   Eschatology, theology and music: death and beyond in Bach's vocal music. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 129-147
8. Stephen, J. Drew:   Bach's horn parts: alternatives to nodal venting and hand stopping. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 149-160
9. Elste, Martin:   Bach in North America during the shellac era (1900-50): early sound documents of art and commerce. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 161-178
10. Fabian, Dorottya:   Bach performance practice in the twentieth century: recordings, reviews and reception. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 179-189
11. Butt, John:   Bach in the twenty-first century: re-evaluating him from the perspective of performance. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 191-204
12. Tomita, Yo:   Bach's Credo in England: an early history. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 205-227
13. Boydell, Barra:   'This most crabbed of all earthly music': the performance and reception of Bach's vocal music in Dublin in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 229-246
14. Schulze, Hans-Joachim:   Bach at the turn of the twenty-first century. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 247-260
15. 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. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 270p

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