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1. Franklin, Don O.Problems of Text and Tempo in Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier II: A New Look at the Sources. [p]AMS_Philadelphia Nov 1976
2. Franklin, Don O.Textual Problems in Bach's W.T.C. [p]AMS_RockyMountain Apr 1977
3. Franklin, Don O.Problems of Tempo in J. S. Bach's Music. [p]AMS_Michigan Nov 1982
4. Franklin, Don O.Problems of Tempo in the Keyboard Works of J. S. Bach. [p]AMS_MidAtlantic Mar 1984
5. Franklin, Don O.The Music for Keyboard. [p]AMS_SouthCentral Apr 1985
6. Franklin, Don O.Articulation in the cembalo works of J. S. Bach: A notational study. [cr]Stuttgart1985 1987 ii: 452-465
7. Franklin, Don O.Reconstructing the Urpartitur for WTC II: a study of the 'London Autograph' (BL Add. MS 35021). BachStud 1 1989 240-278
8. Franklin, Don O. (ed.)Bach Studies. [1] BachStud 1 1989 362p
9. Franklin, Don O.The Carnegie Manuscript and J. S. Bach. Bach 22 1 Spring-Summer 1991 5-15
10. Franklin, Don O.Die Artikulation in den Cembalowerken J. S. Bachs - eine Notationsstudie. BachSt 10 1991 280-301
11. Franklin, Don O.Die Fermata als Notationsmittel für das Tempoverhältnis zwischen Präludium und Fuge. BeitrBachF 9-10 1991 138-156
12. Franklin, Don O.The Carnegie Manuscript and J. S. Bach. CarnegieMag 60 7 1991 20-25
13. Franklin, Don O.Bach's Keyboard Music in the 1730s and 1740s: Organs and Harpsichords, Hildebrandt and Neidhardt. EarlyKStudNL 6 1 1991 1-6
14. Franklin, Don O.The Fermata as Notational Convention in the Music of J. S. Bach. FestschriftSer 10 1992 345-381
15. Franklin, Don O.The Libretto of Bach's John Passion and the Doctrine of Reconciliation: An Historical Perspective. [cr]Amsterdam1993 1995 179-203
16. Franklin, Don O.Vom Recht Sterben, Christlich Leben, und Seelig Sterben: Johann Olearius und Johann Sebastian Bach. [p]QJSB_Stuttgart Oct 1995
17. Franklin, Don O.The 6/4 Time-signature as Sign and Symbol. [p]IATB_Chicago Sep 1997
18. Franklin, Don O.'Recht Glauben, Christlich Leben, Seelig Sterben': Johann Olearius and Johann Sebastian Bach. [cr]Stuttgart1995 1998 229-248
19. Franklin, Don O.Konvention und Invention in Kantate 46: Johann Sebastian Bachs Kantate für den 10. Sonntag nach Trinitatis. ArolserBeitrMf 7 1999 181-206
20. Franklin, Don O.Vom alten zum neuen Adam: Phrygischer Kirchenton und moderne Tonalität in J.S.Bachs Kantate 38. [cr]Eisenach1996 1999 129-144
21. Franklin, Don O.The Role of 'Tacktarten' in Bach's composition of the chorale cantatas. [p]IATB_Logumkloster Oct 1999
22. Franklin, Don O.Composing in time: towards a new understanding of temporal strusture in J.S. Bach's multi-movement works. [p]BCB_Dublin Jul 2000
23. Franklin, Don O.The relationship between the theological and temporal dimension of the Matthew Passion. [p]IBS_Utrecht Sep 2000
24. Franklin, Don O.Beziehungen zwischen Taktordnung und Kompositionstechnik in Teil I des Wohltemperirten Claviers. [p]IS_Köthen Oct 2000
25. Franklin, Don O.Proportionen und Dimensionen in der Missa in h. [p]WK_Leipzig Jan 2000
26. Franklin, Don O.The Role of Time Signatures in Bach's Composition of Jahrgang I. DortmundBachF 3 2002 329-356
27. Franklin, Don O.Aspekte von Proportion und Dimension in Johann Sebastian Bachs Missa von 1733. LeipzigerBeitrBachF 5 2002 235-272
28. Franklin, Don O.Das Verhältnis zwischen Taktart und Kompositionstechnik im Wohltemperierten Klavier I. MwSchr 38 2002 147-160
29. Franklin, Don O.Viewing the Goldberg Variations as a musico-mathematical matrix. [p]BS_Dortmund Jan-Feb 2002
30. Franklin, Don O.Viewing the Goldberg Variations as a musico-mathematical matrix. DortmundBachF 6 2003 231-250
31. Franklin, Don O.C.P.E. Bach's St. Matthew Passion 1789 as Parody and Pasticcio. [p]WAfB_Wolfenbüttel Apr 2003
32. Franklin, Don O.Composing in time: Bach's temporal design for the Goldberg Variations. IrishMStud 8 2004 103-128
33. Franklin, Don O.Johann Sebastian's Matthew Passion as a model for the Hamburg Matthew Passions of Carl Philipp Emanuel. [p]BICB_Manchester Jul 2004
34. Franklin, Don O.Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's 1789 Matthew Passion as Pasticcio and Parody. WolfenbüttelArbBarockF 43 2005 ii: 655-672
35. Franklin, Don O.Alfred Mann (1917-2006): A Personal Reminiscence. BachNotesABS 6 Fall 2006 18-19
36. Franklin, Don O.A Guide to the Temporal Structure of the 1733 Missa. [cr]Belfast2007 2 2007 446-458
37. Franklin, Don O.The Missing Adagio. EarlyMReview 119 Jun 2007 12-13
38. Franklin, Don O.The Role of the 'Actus Structure' in the Libretto of J. S. Bach's Matthew Passion. [fs]Leaver65 2007 121-139
39. Franklin, Don O.Bach and the Oratorio Tradition. [p]ABS_Bethlehem May 2008
40. Franklin, Don O.Bill Scheide: Pioneer and Promoter of Bach's Music. BachNotesABS 11 Spring 2009 7-8
41. Franklin, Don O.The 2009 Montreal Bach Symposium -- A Conference Report. BachNotesABS 12 Winter 2010 2
42. Franklin, Don O.George J. Buelow (March 31, 1929 -- March 30, 2009) BachNotesABS 12 Winter 2010 11
43. Franklin, Don O.Viewing the poetic texts in Bach's Matthew Passion from a new perspective. [fs]Petzoldt65 2011 67-77

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