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1. Schulenberg, DavidComposition and Improvisation in the School of J. S. Bach. BachPerspectives 1 1995 1-42
2. Stinson, RussellThe Compositional History of Bach's Orgelbüchlein Reconsidered. BachPerspectives 1 1995 43-78
3. Marissen, MichaelConcerto Styles and Signification in Bach's First Brandenburg Concerto. BachPerspectives 1 1995 79-101
4. Chafe, Eric T.'Anfang und Ende': Cyclic Recurrence in Bach's Cantata 'Jesu, nun sei gepreiset', BWV 41. BachPerspectives 1 1995 103-134
5. Crist, Stephen A.The Question of Parody in Bach's Cantata 'Preise dein Glücke, gesegnetes Sachsen', BWV 215. BachPerspectives 1 1995 135-161
6. Brokaw, James A., IIThe Perfectability of J. S. Bach, or Did Bach Compose the Fugue on a Theme by Legrenzi, BWV 574a? BachPerspectives 1 1995 163-180
7. Stinson, Russell (ed.)Bach Perspectives I. BachPerspectives 1 1995 xii, 226p
8. Stauffer, George B.The Breitkopf Family and Its Role in Eighteenth-Century Music Publishing. BachPerspectives 2 1996 1-9
9. May, ErnestConnections between Breitkopf and J. S. Bach. BachPerspectives 2 1996 11-26
10. Glöckner, AndreasChurch Cantatas in the Breitkopf Catalogs. BachPerspectives 2 1996 27-33
11. Schulze, Hans-JoachimJ. S. Bach's Vocal Works in the Breitkopf Nonthematic Catalogs of 1761 to 1836. BachPerspectives 2 1996 35-49
12. Kobayashi, YoshitakeBreitkopf Attributions and Research on the Bach Family. BachPerspectives 2 1996 53-63
13. Daub, PeggyThe Publications Process and Audience for C. P. E. Bach's 'Sonaten für Kenner und Liebhaber'. BachPerspectives 2 1996 65-83
14. Zaslaw, NealThe Breitkopf Firm's Relations with Leopold and Wolfgang Mozart. BachPerspectives 2 1996 85-103
15. Kobayashi, YoshitakeOn the Identification of Breitkopf's Manuscripts. BachPerspectives 2 1996 107-121
16. Hill, Goerge R.Identifying Breitkopf House Copies Produced by the Firm's Own Scribes: A Preliminary Survey. BachPerspectives 2 1996 123-141
17. Cammarota, Robert M.The Magnificat Listings in the Early Breitkopf Nonthematic Catalogs. BachPerspectives 2 1996 143-156
18. Butler, Gregory G.Johann Gottlob Immanuel Breitkopf: The Formative Years. BachPerspectives 2 1996 159-168
19. Landmann, OrtrunBreitkopf's Music Trade as Reflected in the Holdings of the Sächsische Landesbibliothek. BachPerspectives 2 1996 169-179
20. Stauffer, George B.The Thomasschule and the Haus 'zum Goldenen Bären': A Bach-Breitkopf Architectural Connection. BachPerspectives 2 1996 181-203
21. Stauffer, George B. (ed.)Bach Perspectives 2: J. S. Bach, the Breitkopfs, and Eighteenth-Century Music Trade. BachPerspectives 2 1996 xv, 219p
22. Finscher, LudwigBach's Posthumous Role in Music History. BachPerspectives 3 1998 1-21
23. Christensen, ThomasBach among the Theorists. BachPerspectives 3 1998 23-46
24. Marshall, Robert L.Bach and Mozart's Artistic Maturity. BachPerspectives 3 1998 47-79
25. Kinderman, WilliamBachian Affinities in Beethoven. BachPerspectives 3 1998 81-108
26. Frisch, WalterBach, Brahms, and the Emergence of Musical Modernism. BachPerspectives 3 1998 109-131
27. Hinton, StephenHindemith, Bach, and the Melancholy of Obligation. BachPerspectives 3 1998 133-150
28. Marissen, Michael (ed.)Bach Perspectives 3: Creative Responses to Bach from Mozart to Hindemith. BachPerspectives 3 1998 ix, 160p
29. Butler, Gregory G.The Question of Genre in J. S. Bach's Fourth Brandenburg Concerto. BachPerspectives 4 1999 9-32
30. Mann, AlfredIntroduction: Bach's Orchestral Music. BachPerspectives 4 1999 3-8
31. Swack, JeanneModular Structure and the Recognition of Ritornello in Bach's Brandenburg Concertos. BachPerspectives 4 1999 33-53
32. Koster, JohnThe Harpsichord Culture in Bach's Environs. BachPerspectives 4 1999 57-77
33. Oleskiewicz, MaryThe Trio in Bach's Musical Offering: A Salute to Frederick's Tastes and Quantz's Flutes? BachPerspectives 4 1999 79-110
34. Schulenberg, DavidVersions of Bach: Performing Practice in the Keyboard Works. BachPerspectives 4 1999 111-135
35. Renwick, William39. Praeludia et Fugen del Signor Johann Sebastian Bach? The Langloz Manuscript, SBB Mus. ms. Bach P 296. BachPerspectives 4 1999 137-158
36. Walker, PaulFugue in the Music-Rhetorical Analogy and Rhetoric in the Development of Fugue. BachPerspectives 4 1999 159-179
37. Butt, JohnBach Recordings since 1980: A Mirror of Historical Performance. BachPerspectives 4 1999 181-198
38. Schulenberg, David (ed)Bach Perspectives, vol. 4. The Music of J. S. Bach. Analysis and Interpretation. BachPerspectives 4 1999 x, 208p
39. Owen, BarbaraBach Comes to America. BachPerspectives 5 2003 1-14
40. Dirst, MatthewDoing Missionary Work: Dwight's Journal of Music and the American Bach Awakening. BachPerspectives 5 2003 15-35
41. Brovles, MichaelHaupt's Boys: Lobbying for Bach in Nineteenth-Century Boston. BachPerspectives 5 2003 37-55
42. Greer, Mary J.'The Public...Would Probably Prefer Something that Appeals Less to the Brain and More to the Senses': The Reception of Bach's Music in New York City, 1855-1900. BachPerspectives 5 2003 57-114
43. Schulze, Hans-Joachim'A Lineal Descendant of the Great Musician, John Sebastian Bach'? Bach Descendants in the United States and the Problem of Family Oral Tradition. BachPerspectives 5 2003 115-122
44. Wolff, ChristophDescendants of Wilhelm Friedemann Bach in the United States. BachPerspectives 5 2003 123-130
45. Wollny, PeterOn Miscellaneous American Bach Sources. BachPerspectives 5 2003 131-150
46. Baron, Carol Kitzes'Father Knew (and Filled Me Up with) Bach': Bach and Ives--Affinities in Lines and Spaces. BachPerspectives 5 2003 151-177
47. Crist, Stephen A.The Role and Meaning of the Bach Chorale in the Music of Dave Brubeck. BachPerspectives 5 2003 179-215
48. Crist, Stephen A. (ed.)Bach perspectives. Volume Five. Bach in America. BachPerspectives 5 2003 xiv, 227p
49. Rifkin, JoshuaThe 'B-Minor Flute Suite' Deconstructed. New Light on Bach's Ouverture BWV 1067. BachPerspectives 6 2007 1-98
50. Swack, JeanneA Comparison of Bach's and Telemann's Use of the Ouverture as Theological Signifier. BachPerspectives 6 2007 99-135
51. Zohn, StevenBach and the Concert en ouverture. BachPerspectives 6 2007 137-156
52. Butler, Gregory G.Bach Perspectives. Volume Six. J. S. Bach's Concerted Ensemble Music, The Ouverture. BachPerspectives 6 2007 xi, 163p
53. Butler, Gregory G.Bach the Cobbler: The Origins of J. S. Bach's E-Major Concerto (BWV 1053). BachPerspectives 7 2008 1-20
54. Dirksen, PieterJ. S. Bach's Violin Concerto in G Minor. BachPerspectives 7 2008 21-54
55. Schulenberg, DavidThe Sonate auf Concertenart: A Postmodern Invention? BachPerspectives 7 2008 55-96
56. Wolff, ChristophSicilianos and Organ Recitals: Observations on J. S. Bach's Concertos. BachPerspectives 7 2008 97-114
57. Butler, Gregory G. (ed.)Bach Perspectives. Volume Seven. J. S. Bach's Concerted Ensemble Music, The Concerto. BachPerspectives 7 2008 xi, 121p
58. Wolff, ChristophUnder the Spell of Opera? Bach's Oratorio Trilogy. BachPerspectives 8 2011 1-12
59. Melamed, Daniel R.Johann Sebastian Bach and Barthold Heinrich Brockes. BachPerspectives 8 2011 13-41
60. Rathey, MarkusDrama and Discourse: The Form and Function of Chorale Tropes in Bach's Oratorios. BachPerspectives 8 2011 42-68
61. Snyder, Kerala J.Oratorio on Five Afternoons: From the Lübeck Abendmusiken to Bach's Christmas Oratorio. BachPerspectives 8 2011 69-95
62. Dreyfus, LaurenceThe Triumph of 'Instrumental Melody': Aspects of Musical Poetics in Bach's St. John Passion. BachPerspectives 8 2011 96-121
63. Chafe, EricBach's Ascension Oratorio: God's Kingdoms and Their Representation. BachPerspectives 8 2011 122-145
64. Melamed, Daniel R. (ed.)J. S. Bach and the Oratorio Tradition. BachPerspectives 8 2011 ix, 153p

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