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1. Buelow, George J.Expressivity in the accompanied recitatives of Bach's cantatas. BachStud 1 1989 18-35
2. Marshall, Robert L.On the origin of Bach's Magnificat: a Lutheran composer's challenge. BachStud 1 1989 3-17
3. Crist, Stephen A.Aria forms in the Cantatas from Bach's first Leipzig Jahrgang. BachStud 1 1989 36-53
4. Brainard, PaulThe regulative and generative roles of verse in Bach's 'thematic' invention. BachStud 1 1989 54-74
5. Chafe, Eric T.The St John Passion: theology and musical structure. BachStud 1 1989 75-112
6. Mann, AlfredBach's parody technique and its frontiers. BachStud 1 1989 115-124
7. Stinson, RussellThree organ-trio transcriptions from the Bach circle: keys to a lost Bach chamber work. BachStud 1 1989 125-159
8. Stauffer, George B.'This fantasia... never had its like': on the enigma and chronology of Bach's Chromatic Fantasia and Fugue in D Minor, BWV 903. BachStud 1 1989 160-182
9. Williams, Peter F.French overture conventions in the hands of the young Bach and Handel. BachStud 1 1989 183-193
10. Siegele, UlrichThe four conceptual stages of the Fugue in C Minor, WTC I. BachStud 1 1989 197-224
11. Brokaw, James A., II.The genesis of the Prelude in C Major, BWV 870. BachStud 1 1989 225-239
12. Franklin, Don O.Reconstructing the Urpartitur for WTC II: a study of the 'London Autograph' (BL Add. MS 35021). BachStud 1 1989 240-278
13. Finscher, LudwigBach in the eighteenth century. BachStud 1 1989 281-296
14. Zenck, MartinTradition as authority and provocation: Anton Webern's confrontation with Johann Sebastian Bach. BachStud 1 1989 297-322
15. Herz, GerhardThe human side of the American Bach sources. BachStud 1 1989 323-350
16. Franklin, Don O. (ed.)Bach Studies. [1] BachStud 1 1989 362p
17. Bei▀wenger, KirstenAn early version of the first movement of the Italian Concerto BWV 971 from the Scholz Collection? BachStud 2 1995 1-19
18. Butler, Gregory G.J. S. Bach's reception of Tomaso Albinoni's mature concertos. BachStud 2 1995 20-46
19. Butt, JohnJ. S. Bach and G. F. Kauffmann: reflections on Bach's later style. BachStud 2 1995 47-61
20. Kobayashi, YoshitakeThe variation principle in J. S. Bach's Passacaglia in C minor BWV 582. BachStud 2 1995 62-29
21. Leisinger, UlrichForms and functions of the choral movements in J. S. Bach's St. Matthew Passion. BachStud 2 1995 70-84
22. Marissen, MichaelThe theological character of J. S. Bach's Musical Offering. BachStud 2 1995 85-106
23. Melamed, Daniel R.A thirty-six voice canon in the hand of C. P. E. Bach. BachStud 2 1995 107-118
24. Rifkin, JoshuaSome questions of performance in J. S. Bach's Trauerode. BachStud 2 1995 119-153
25. Swack, JeanneJ. S. Bach's A major flute sonata BWV 1032 revisited. BachStud 2 1995 154-174
26. Walker, PaulRhetoric, the ricercar, and J. S. Bach's Musical Offering. BachStud 2 1995 175-191
27. Wolff, ChristophJ. S. Bach and the legacy of the seventeenth century. BachStud 2 1995 192-201
28. Wollny, PeterWilhelm Friedemann Bach's Halle performances of cantatas by his father. BachStud 2 1995 202-228
29. Melamed, Daniel R. (ed.)Bach Studies 2. BachStud 2 1995 xiv, 238p

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