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1. Wesley, SamuelA sketch of the state of music in England, from the year 1778 up to the present. MWorld 1 1 18 Mar 1835 1-3
2. [anon.]John Sebastian Bach's 'Grand Studies for the Organ', consisting of preludes, fugues, toccatas and fantasias, never before published in this country. Book I. Coventry & Hollier. MWorld 1 3 1 Apr 1836 46
3. [Raumer, Frederick von]England in 1835: being a series of letters written to friends in Germany, during a residence in London and excursions into the provinces. MWorld 1 5 15 Apr 1836 73-75
4. [anon.]Gems of German Criticism. No.2. Sebastian Bach. [Zelter's letter to Goethe]. MWorld 1 7 29 Apr 1836 106-108
5. [anon.]Mr. Moscheles. MWorld 1 8 6 May 1836 129
6. [anon.]Mr. Moscheles' Concert. MWorld 1 9 13 May 1836 142
7. [Gauntlett, Henry J.]Sebastian Bach [from Mr. Gauntlett's Lectures] MWorld 1 12 3 Jun 1836 181-184
8. [anon.]Dialogue on the formation of a musical library, between a musician and his friend. MWorld 11 152 (NS.4/58) 7 Feb 1839 78-80
9. [anon.]Moscheles' Matinée Musicale. MWorld 11 154 (NS 4/60) 21 Feb 1839 118-119
10. [anon.]Mori and Lindley's Classical Quartett Concerts. MWorld 11 155 (NS.4/61) 28 Feb 1839 137-138
11. [anon.]Moscheles' Second Matinée Musicale. MWorld 11 156 (NS.4/62) 7 Mar 1839 149-150
12. [anon.]Moscheles' Matinées of Classical Pianoforte Music. MWorld 11 158 (NS 4/64) 21 Mar 1839 182-183
13. [anon.]Six Fugues for the Organ, composed and dedicated to Dr. Crotch, by George French Flowers. (Pupil of the celebrated C. H. Rink.) MWorld 11 160 (NS 4/66) 4 Apr 1839 212-213
14. [anon.]'The Art of Fugue' by John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 11 161 (NS.4/67) 11 Apr 1839 233-234
15. [anon.]Bach [from 'London and Westminster Review']. MWorld 11 162 (NS.4/68) 18 Apr 1839 245-246
16. [anon.]Recollections of Johann Nepomuk Schelble. Late Director of the Cecilian Society at Frankfort. MWorld 11 162 (NS.4/68) 18 Apr 1839 260-263
17. [anon.]Sebastian Bach. MWorld 12 165 (NS.5/71) 9 May 1839 21-22
18. John Sebastian Bach's Grand Studies for the Organ, with Signor Dragonetti's Arrangement for Violoncello, or Double Bass, Book 7th and 8th, each 7s. MWorld 13 167 (NS.5/73) 23 May 1839 64
19. [anon.]Christ Church, Spitalfields. [organ recital by Pittman] MWorld 13 174 (NS.5/81) 18 Jul 1839 186
20. [anon.]Ancient Clavier Music -- Domenico Scarlatti -- John Sebastian Bach (From the Neue Zeitschrift für Musik). MWorld 13 175 (NS.5/82) 25 Jul 1839 201-202
21. [anon.]New Organ. [just completed by Messrs Gray and Son for St Phillip's church, performed by Mr.Adams] MWorld 13 185 (NS.5/92) 3 Oct 1839 362
22. [anon.]Handel and John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 13 193 (NS.5/100) 28 Nov 1839 489
23. [anon.]The New Organ for Exeter Hall. MWorld 13 198 (NS.6/105) 2 Jan 1840 8-9
24. [anon.]The New Organ erected in Exeter Hall, for the performance of the Choral Society, was exhibited to a large audience, on Thursday evening last, ... MWorld 13 202 (NS.6/109) 30 Jan 1840 73
25. [anon.]John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 13 208 (NS.6/115) 12 Mar 1840 156-157
26. [anon.]Organ Performance. John Gray, Organ Builder, Has the honour to announce to his Musical Friends that he has completed an ORGAN of the First Class for the New Church at Thonbridge Wells, and that Mr. ADAMS has kindly consented to exhibit its powers on MONDAY evening next, the 20th inst., at seven o'clock, ... MWorld 13 210 (NS.6/117) 26 Mar 1840 199
27. [anon.]Tonbridge Wells. -- Organ Performance. MWorld 13 213 (NS.6/120) 16 Apr 1840 245
28. [anon.]The Ancient Concerts. MWorld 13 216 (NS.6/123) 7 May 1840 288
29. [anon.]Ancient Concerts. MWorld 13 217 (NS.6/124) 14 May 1840 303
30. [anon.]Mr. Potter's Concert. MWorld 13 221 (NS.6/129) 18 Jun 1840 337-338
31. [anon.]Modesty of John Sebastian Bach. [anecdote] MWorld 14 226 (NS.7/134) 23 Jul 1840 61-62
32. [anon.]Observations on the term 'playing at sight' MWorld 14 241 (NS.7/139) 27 Aug 1840 136-138
33. S., J.[Frequently used Fugue subjects] MWorld 14 242 (NS.7/140) 3 Sep 1840 151
34. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter I. MWorld 15 250 (NS.8/158) 7 Jan 1841 3-4
35. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter II. MWorld 15 251 (NS.8/159) 14 Jan 1841 19-23
36. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter III. MWorld 15 252 (NS.8/160) 21 Jan 1841 35-39
37. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter IV. MWorld 15 254 (NS.8/162) 4 Feb 1841 67-69
38. [anon.]Mme Dulcken and M. Benedict's concert [Beethoven, 'Choral Fantasia'. Liszt performing the 'Hexameron Variations'. Bach, Triple Keyboard Concerto]. MWorld 15 254 (NS.8/162) 4 Feb 1841 76
39. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter VI. MWorld 15 255 (NS.8/163) 11 Feb 1841 83-85
40. [Holmes, Edward]Sebastian Bach and German organists From A Ramble among the Musicians of Germany. MWorld 15 255 (NS.8/163) 11 Feb 1841 91
41. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter VII. MWorld 15 256 (NS.8/164) 18 Feb 1841 99-102
42. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter VIII. MWorld 15 257 (NS.8/165) 25 Feb 1841 115-116
43. [anon.]Miss Stirling's Organ Performance. MWorld 15 258 (NS.8/156) 4 Mar 1841 138-139
44. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter IX. MWorld 15 259 (NS.8/167) 11 Mar 1841 147-150
45. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach; with a critical view of his compositions. Chapter X. MWorld 15 260, 261 (NS.8/168, 169) 18, 25 Mar 1841 162-166; 179-182
46. [anon.]Chamber Concert of the Royal Academy Pupils. MWorld 15 261 (NS.8/169) 25 Mar 1841 189
47. [anon.]Miss Stirling's Organ Performance. MWorld 15 262 (NS.8/170) 1 Apr 1841 202
48. [anon.]Dublin University Magazine. MWorld 15 273 (NS.8/181) 17 Jun 1841 390-393
49. [anon.]Classical Practice for Pianoforte, selected from the most celebrated composers, ancient and modern, edited by W. Sterndale Bennett. No. 6. Conventry and Hollier. MWorld 16 283 (NS.9/191) 26 Aug 1841 136
50. [anon.]Sebastian Bach's oratorio 'The Passion.' MWorld 16 297 (NS.9/205) 2 Dec 1841 354-355
51. [anon.]Mr. Adam Hamilton, of Edinburgh. MWorld 17 5 3 Feb 1842 38
52. [anon.]Mademoiselle Sofie Bohrer. MWorld 17 23 9 Jun 1842 182
53. [anon.]Mr. Henry Hayward begs to acquaint the Amateurs of the Violin and the Public that he intends to give TWO SOIREES MUSICALES. MWorld 17 26 30 Jun 1842 208
54. [anon.]Leipsic, Dec. 27, 1842. MWorld 18 2 12 Jan 1843 24
55. Forkel, Johann NicolausSebastian Bach's method of fingering (From the German). MWorld 18 6 9 Feb 1843 56-57
56. [anon.]Sebastian Bach [Anecdote]. MWorld 18 42 19 Oct 1843 353
57. [anon.]Crosby Hall Literary and Scientific Institution. MWorld 18 46 16 Nov 1843 383
58. One of John Sebastian's Bellows Blowers[Coventry and Hollier's edition of Bach fugues considered to be excellent] MWorld 18 47 23 Nov 1843 390
59. 'Mediator'The Contrapuntist's Society. MWorld 19 2 11 Jan 1844 11-12
60. [anon.]Organ Trial [on Friday, 22nd in Highgate church] MWorld 19 5 1 Feb 1844 37
61. Q.Classical chamber concerts. MWorld 19 6 8 Feb 1844 41-42
62. Flowers, G. F.[A reply on the Contrapuntist's Society.] MWorld 19 6 8 Feb 1844 43
63. [anon.]At. Ann's Aldergate Street. MWorld 19 6 8 Feb 1844 44
64. [anon.]Concert of Sacred Music [5th under the direction of Miss Mounsey at Crosby Hall]. MWorld 19 8 22 Feb 1844 66
65. [anon.]Mr. Flowers opened the large organ bound for Calcutta, in the New Road, last Tuesday evening. MWorld 19 14 4 Apr 1844 122
66. [anon.]Her Majesty's Concert Room, Hanover Square. Messrs. Moscheles and Ernst have the honour to announce that they will give A Grand Morning Concert of vocal and instrumental music, on Saturday, June 1, 1884. MWorld 19 22 30 May 1844 185
67. [anon.]Messrs. Macfarren and Davison's Concerts of Chamber Music. MWorld 19 24 13 Jun 1844 215 196
68. [anon.]Seventh Philharmonic Concert. MWorld 19 26 27 Jun 1844 196
69. [anon.]Queen's Concert Rooms, Hanover Square, Last Concert of Mr. W. H. Ernst, On Friday Morning, July 5, 1844, To commence at 2 o'clock. MWorld 19 26 27 Jun 1844 218
70. Q.Ernst. MWorld 19 28 11 Jul 1844 227-228
71. [anon.]The great composers (By an American.) MWorld 19 42, 46, 50, 51 17 Oct, 14 Nov, 12, 19 Dec 1844 340-341, 372-373, 406-407, 412-414
72. Amicus; Flowers, G. F.; Musica.Counterpoint Controversy. [I, II, and III.] MWorld 19 44 31 Oct 1844 355-356
73. [anon.]Berlin. MWorld 2 15 24 Jun 1836 28
74. Gauntlett, Henry JohnThe ecclesiastical music of this country. MWorld 2 17 8 Jul 1836 49-52
75. Hogarth, GeorgeMusica Instruments. -- The Piano-forte. MWorld 2 18 15 Jul 1836 65-69
76. Gauntlett, Henry JohnEnglish ecclesiastical composers of the present age. MWorld 2 21 5 Aug 1836 113-120
77. Gauntlett, Henry JohnLouis Spohr's second oratorio 'The Last Hours of the Saviour.' MWorld 2 26 9 Sep 1836 193-199
78. [anon.]'Bach's celebrated Forty-eight Preludes and Fugues,' arranged as pianoforte duets, by Henri Bertini. J. A. Novello). MWorld 20 1 2 Jan 1845 5
79. Stumpff, J. A.Anecdote of Sebastian Bach. MWorld 20 9 27 Feb 1845 99
80. [anon.]Birmingham. MWorld 20 9 27 Feb 1845 103
81. [anon.]Sebastian Bach. MWorld 20 9 27 Feb 1845 105
82. [Burney, Charles]John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 20 12, 13 20, 27 Mar 1845 134-135; 146-147
83. Schloss, AlbertBerlin. MWorld 20 14 3 Apr 1845 163
84. [anon.]A New Prodigy. MWorld 20 16-17 24 Apr 1845 191
85. [anon.]A Musical Meeting took place at the residence of the celebrated composer and pianist M. Moscheles, for the purpose of performing two unpublished concertos of Bach:--the first in D major, and the second in G minor. MWorld 20 17-18 1 May 1845 209
86. [anon.]Master Sebastian Bach Mills. MWorld 20 19 8 May 1845 219
87. [anon.]Moscheles gives his first matinée of classical chamber music, this morning, at No.76, Harley Street. MWorld 20 21 22 May 1845 249
88. [anon.]Mr. Moscheles' Matinees. MWorld 20 28 10 Jul 1845 328
89. [anon.]Philharmonic Society. MWorld 20 28 10 Jul 1845 329
90. Front, SebastianMr. French Flowers and his very Little Fable. MWorld 20 30 24 Jul 1845 363-364
91. Front, Sebastian; Oldershaw, C.[on Mr French Flowers] MWorld 20 39 25 Sep 1845 464-465
92. [anon.]Opening of the New Organ in the church at Ashton-Under-Lyne. MWorld 20 40 2 Oct 1845 475
93. [anon.]Mr. Moscheles first matinée. MWorld 21 14 4 Apr 1846 159
94. [anon.]Mr. Moscheles' matinées. MWorld 21 17-18 2 May 1846 206
95. [anon.]John Sebastian Bach [Background and anecdote]. MWorld 21 28, 29, 30, 31 11, 18, 25 Jul; 1 Aug 1846 325-327; 337-339; 349-351; 361-363
96. [anon.]The 'Musical World' concert. MWorld 21 29 18 Jul 1846 341-342
97. Flowers, George FrenchTo the editor of the 'Musical World'. MWorld 21 35 29 Aug 1846 413
98. Flowers, George FrenchWhy Sebastian Bach's chorals are not sung in the Church of England. MWorld 21 37 12 Sep 1846 436
99. [anon.]Handel's 'Suite de Pieces,' in two books, edited by Moscheles; Scarlatti's 'Pieces pour le Clavecin,' edited by J. B. Cramer.--Cramer, Beale, & Co., 201, Regent Street. MWorld 22 1 2 Jan 1847 1-3
100. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett. [2nd performance] MWorld 22 11 13 Mar 1847 176-177
101. [anon.]Crosby Hall. [W. Rea's three classical chamber concerts in the Throne room] MWorld 22 13 27 Mar 1847 208
102. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's. MWorld 22 13 27 Mar 1847 208
103. [anon.]Sale of Musical Works. [The valuable musical property of Mr. J. A. Stumpff] MWorld 22 13 27 Mar 1847 209
104. [anon.]Ancient Concerts. MWorld 22 21 22 May 1847 334-335
105. [anon.]The Royal Society of Female Musicians gave a grand concert for the benefit of the Institution on Friday evening, May 7, at the Hanover Square Rooms. MWorld 22 21 22 May 1847 335
106. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's concert. MWorld 22 27 3 Jul 1847 424-425
107. [anon.]An episode in the life of John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 22 41 9 Oct 1847 655-657
108. [anon.]Chalieu's 'Family Pianoforte Magazine': part III, containing ten pieces, to prepare the pupil for playing the works of Bach and Handel ('Family Pianoforte Magazine' office, Alfred-place, Bedford Square). MWorld 22 48 27 Nov 1847 757
109. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's Soirees. MWorld 23 14 1 Apr 1848 219-220
110. [anon.]Mr. W. H. Holmes. [performance of pianoforte music at the residence of Mr. Holmes] MWorld 23 16 15 Apr 1848 335
111. [anon.]Ancient Concerts. MWorld 23 23 3 Jun 1848 357-358
112. [anon.]Grand Orchestral Concert. MWorld 23 27 1 Jul 1848 426
113. A Country AmateurJ. S. Bach, Graun, etc., etc. MWorld 23 28 8 Jul 1848 442
114. TeutoniusSebastian Bach's works. MWorld 23 32 5 Aug 1848 510
115. [anon.]Hereford Festival (From our own correspondent). Hereford, Tuesday, Sept. 11. MWorld 24 37 15 Sep 1849 580
116. [anon.]St. Paul at Manchester. MWorld 25 6 9 Feb 1850 83-84
117. [anon.]M. Billet's Classical Concerts. MWorld 25 7 16 Feb 1850 97-98
118. [anon.]The Old Musician. [Friedemann Bach] MWorld 25 7 16 Feb 1850 103-105
119. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's classical soirées. MWorld 25 8 23 Feb 1850 109-110
120. [anon.]Bernhard Molique's Chamber Concerts. MWorld 25 10 9 Mar 1850 147
121. A West Country OrganistSebastian Bach. MWorld 25 13 30 Mar 1850 199
122. [anon.]St. Martin's Hall, 89, Long Acre. Mr. Alexander Billet ... begs to announce the last of a series of three evening concerts of Classical Pianoforte Music, at the above Hall, on Friday, April the 5th [1850] MWorld 25 13 30 Mar 1850 203
123. [anon.]M. Billet's Classical Concerts. [at St. Martin's Hall] MWorld 25 15 13 Apr 1850 228
124. Flowers, George FrenchThe Bach Society. MWorld 25 16 20 Apr 1850 244-245
125. A Member of the Bach SocietyMr. French Flowers and the Bach Society. MWorld 25 20 18 May 1850 310
126. [anon.]The Musical Union. MWorld 25 21 25 May 1850 320
127. Flowers, George FrenchM. Silas and the Bach Society. MWorld 25 22 1 Jun 1850 342-343
128. Aspull, WilliamAspull v. Flowers. MWorld 25 26 29 Jun 1850 405-406
129. Six Introductions and Fugues composed & Dedicated to British Organists, by George French Flowers, Mus. Bac. Oxon. ... MWorld 25 34 24 Aug 1850 540
130. Flowers, George FrenchAppeal to British Organists. MWorld 25 35 31 Aug 1850 570
131. Ewer & Co.Johann Sebastian Bach's Six Mottets, (Two of which were recently performed at the Meeting of the Bach Society,) now in course of publication, are to be printed in Score, with English and German Words, and an additional adaptation for the Pianoforte or Organ, for use at Rehearsals. ... MWorld 25 45 9 Nov 1850 570
132. [anon.]Opening of the Great Boston Organ. MWorld 25 51 21 Dec 1850 821-822
133. [Busby, Thomas]John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 25 51 21 Dec 1850 825
134. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's classical soirées. MWorld 26 9 1 Mar 1851 132-133
135. [anon.]M. Alexandre Billet's concerts. [Our scrap book] MWorld 26 12 22 Mar 1851 180
136. [anon.]St. Martin's Hall. MWorld 26 12 22 Mar 1851 189
137. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's classical soirées. MWorld 26 15 12 Apr 1851 235
138. [anon.]'Introduction to the Organ.'--George Cooper--Addison & Hollier. MWorld 29 29 19 Jul 1851 459
139. [anon.]Music at Manchester. [Mr. Charles Hallé's Second Classical Chamber Concert, Thursday the 20th] MWorld 29 48 29 Nov 1851 755
140. Horkins, Edward J.Burney's History of Music. MWorld 29 48 29 Nov 1851 758
141. [anon.]Playing at Sight. MWorld 29 49 6 Dec 1851 772-773
142. [anon.]Francfort on the Oder. MWorld 3 36 18 Nov 1836 156
143. [anon.]Mr. Lindsay Sloper's soirées. MWorld 30 6 7 Feb 1852 82
144. [anon.]Mr. Lindsay Sloper's soirées. MWorld 30 8 21 Feb 1852 119
145. MacFarren, George AlexanderThe Unpublished Works of Mendelssohn. MWorld 31 2 8 Jan 1853 11-16
146. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's classical soirées. MWorld 31 9 26 Feb 1853 123
147. MacFarren, George AlexanderOn the publications of the Bach Society in Leipsic (From the 'Music Publishers' Circular'). MWorld 31 9 26 Feb 1853 133-134
148. [anon.]Interesting German tale: 'Ein' feste Burg ist unser Gott' (From the 'New York Musical World'). MWorld 31 10 5 Mar 1853 144-147
149. MacFarren, George AlexanderOn the publications of the Bach Society in Leipsic (From the 'Music Publishers' Circular'. Continued from page 134). MWorld 31 10 5 Mar 1853 147-149
150. MacFarren, George AlexanderOn the publications of the Bach Society in Leipsic (From the 'Music Publishers' Circular'. Continued from page 149). MWorld 31 13 26 Mar 1853 191-192
151. MacFarren, George AlexanderOn the publications of the Bach Society in Leipsic (From the 'Music Publishers' Circular'. Continued from page 192). MWorld 31 14 2 Apr 1853 207-209
152. MacFarren, George AlexanderOn the publications of the Bach Society in Leipsic (From the 'Music publishers' Circular'. Continued from page 209). MWorld 31 15 9 Apr 1853 222-224
153. MacFarren, George AlexanderOn the publications of the Bach Society in Leipsic (From the 'Music Publishers' Circular'. Concluded). MWorld 31 17 23 Apr 1853 260-261
154. [anon.]The Bach Society, Instituted 1849. MWorld 31 20 14 May 1853 313
155. [anon.]Molique's First Soiree. MWorld 31 21 21 May 1853 317-318
156. [anon.]Mr. Benedict's concert. MWorld 31 26 25 Jun 1853 401-402
157. [anon.]Wilhelmina Clauss. MWorld 31 29 16 Jul 1853 443-444
158. [anon.]Sterndale Bennett. MWorld 31 31 30 Jul 1853 477
159. MacFarren, George AlexanderMendelssohn's St. Paul. MWorld 31 31 30 Jul 1853 483-485
160. [anon.]Mont Blanc. MWorld 31 33 13 Aug 1853 507-508
161. [anon.]The Bach Society [Annual meeting]. MWorld 31 35 27 Aug 1853 540
162. [anon.]'Adagio and Fugue,' from the Fifth Sonata for the violin solo -- By John Sebastian Bach -- With additional accompaniments for the pianoforte by Bernard Molique. Ewer and Co. MWorld 31 47 19 Nov 1853 740
163. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's soirées. MWorld 32 12 25 Mar 1854 198
164. [anon.]The Bach Society. MWorld 32 14 8 Apr 1854 237-238
165. Fétis, EdwardSebastian Bach. MWorld 32 15 15 Apr 1854 246
166. [anon.]Paris -- (From our own correspondent). MWorld 32 18 6 May 1854 299
167. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's concert. MWorld 32 27 8 Jul 1854 457-458
168. [anon.]The Bach Society. MWorld 32 49 9 Dec 1854 811-812
169. [anon.]Scraps from an amateur's common-place book. Origin of the Bachs as musicians. MWorld 33 4 27 Jan 1855 61-62
170. [anon.]John Sebastian Bach (Translated from Zelter's 'Letters to Göthe') MWorld 33 6 10 Feb 1855 82
171. [anon.]M. Alexandre Billet's soirées. MWorld 33 17 28 Apr 1855 266
172. [anon.]Clara Schumann and Joseph Joachim (From the 'National Zeitung'). MWorld 33 47 24 Nov 1855 755
173. P.John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 34 9 1 Mar 1856 131
174. P.John Sebastian Bach. MWorld 34 10 8 Mar 1856 147
175. [anon.]St. Martin's Hall. MWorld 34 14 5 Apr 1856 220
176. [anon.]Mr. Sterndale Bennett's concerts. MWorld 34 15 12 Apr 1856 235
177. [anon.]Mr. Benedict's concert. MWorld 34 21 24 May 1856 330-331
178. [anon.]Madame Schumann's recitals. MWorld 34 25 21 Jun 1856 395
179. [anon.]A tremendous musical pun (From 'Punch') [Satire on the name 'Bach']. MWorld 34 48 29 Nov 1856 761
180. WedgeA tremendous musical pun. MWorld 34 51 20 Dec 1856 805
181. [anon.]Music at Vienna. MWorld 34 51 20 Dec 1856 807
182. Zimmer, RobertIn the matter of John Sebastian Bach, and the publication of his works (From the 'Niederrheinische Musik-Zeitung') MWorld 35 2 10 Jan 1857 21
183. [anon.]The pianoforte compositions of J. S. Bach. Edited by Friedrich Chrysander (From the 'Niederrheinische Musik-Zeitung'). MWorld 35 5 31 Jan 1857 70-72
184. [anon.]Philharmonic concerts. MWorld 35 21 23 May 1857 331
185. [anon.]Madame Schumann's matinée. MWorld 35 27 4 Jul 1857 426
186. [anon.]'The Musical World'. London, Saturday, July 11th, 1857. MWorld 35 28 11 Jul 1857 440-441
187. Hiller, FerdinandMusical letters by Ferdinand Hiller. III. The musical festival at Aix-la-Chapelle. Bach -- Schubert -- Schumann -- Berlioz -- Liszt. MWorld 35 29 18 Jul 1857 452-453
188. [anon.]John Sebastian Bach's 'Passions'. MWorld 35 37 12 Sep 1857 590
189. [L. B.]Bach's sonatas for the violin (From the 'Niederrheinische Musik-Zeitung'). MWorld 35 42, 43 17, 24 Oct 1857 674; 689
190. [Rochlitz, Johann Friedrich]Bach's piano compositions. Letter to a friend (From the German of Rochlitz). MWorld 35 44 31 Oct 1857 697-700
191. [anon.]'The Musical World'. London, Saturday, December 12th, 1857. MWorld 35 50 12 Dec 1857 796-798
192. [anon.]Mr. Henry Leslie's choir [Madrigals and part-songs. Bach, Prelude and Fugue in A minor; Arabella Goddard. Signor Fumagalli ('Times')]. MWorld 35 52 26 Dec 1857 823
193. [anon.]Johann Sebastian Bach's 'Christmas Oratorio' (First performance in Berlin by the Singakademie on the 17th December, 1857). MWorld 36 3 16 Jan 1858 38
194. [anon.]St. Martin's Hall. MWorld 36 4 23 Jan 1858 59-60
195. [anon.]Pianoforte compositions by J. S. Bach. Published by F. Chrysander. MWorld 36 5 30 Jan 1858 69-70
196. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard's soirées. MWorld 36 6 6 Feb 1858 91
197. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard's soirées. MWorld 36 8 20 Feb 1858 122-123
198. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard's soirées. MWorld 36 10 6 Mar 1858 154-155
199. [anon.]Bach's 'Passion Music'. Her Majesty's Chapel Royal of St. George, Windsor Castle. Theatrical mems. Madame Frezzolini ('Revue et gazette de Paris'). St. Petersburg. MWorld 36 12 20 Mar 1858 182
200. V***s.Music at Bonn (From the 'Niederrheinische Musikzeitung'. March 12th, 1858). MWorld 36 13 27 Mar 1858 197
201. [anon.]'The Musical World'. London, Saturday, March 27th, 1858. MWorld 36 13 27 Mar 1858 200-201
202. [anon.]St. Martin's Hall. MWorld 36 13 27 Mar 1858 202-203
203. [anon.]Mr. Brinley Richards' soirées. MWorld 36 13 27 Mar 1858 203
204. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard's soirées. MWorld 36 16 17 Apr 1858 251-252
205. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard in Bach's music ['Musical Gazette']. MWorld 36 17 24 Apr 1858 261
206. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard's soirées. MWorld 36 18 1 May 1858 283-284
207. [anon.]Miss Arabella Goddard's soirées (From the 'Morning Post'). MWorld 36 20 15 May 1858 307
208. [anon.]Mr. Charles Hallé's matinées. MWorld 36 20 15 May 1858 309
209. [anon.]The Niederrheinische Musical Festival at Cologne (From the 'Niederrheinische Musik-Zeitung'). MWorld 36 23 5 Jun 1858 358
210. [anon.]New Philharmonic concerts. MWorld 36 25 19 Jun 1858 387
211. N. N.Frankfort-on-the-Main -- (May 20th)]. MWorld 36 25 19 Jun 1858 391
212. [anon.][Re-examination of the worth of Sebastian Bach.] MWorld 36 25 19 Jun 1858 392-393
213. [anon.]The Leeds Musical Festival (From our own correspondent). Sept. 10. MWorld 36 38 18 Sep 1858 595
214. [anon.]First performance in Hamburgh of Bach's 'Passions-Musik according to St. Matthew'. MWorld 36 43 23 Oct 1858 684
215. [anon.]The third Mittelrheinisches Musical Festival (From the 'Niederrheinische Musik-Zeitung'. Concluded from page 686). MWorld 36 46 13 Nov 1858 724-725
216. [anon.]'Bachiana': select pieces from the pianoforte works of John Sebastian Bach ['Literary Gazette']. 'The Lord's Prayer' by G. Meyerbeer ['Era']. MWorld 36 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52 20, 27 Nov; 4, 11, 18, 25 Dec 1858 752; 768; 770; 786; 816; 826
217. [anon.]Mr. Henry Leslie's choir. MWorld 36 49 4 Dec 1858 777
218. Fétis, François-JosephThe works of John Sebastian Bach (From the 'Revue et gazette musicale'). MWorld 37 2 8 Jan 1859 22
219. [anon.]'Bachiana' -- Select preludes and fugues from the miscellaneous pianoforte works of J. S. Bach ['Spectator']. MWorld 37 11 12 Mar 1859 176
220. [anon.]'Bachiana' -- Select preludes and fugues from the miscellaneous pianoforte works of J. S. Bach ['Spectator']. MWorld 37 12 19 Mar 1859 190-192
221. [anon.]Select preludes and fugues from the miscellaneous pianoforte works of J. S. Bach ['Spectator']. MWorld 37 13 26 Mar 1859 206-208
222. [anon.]'Bachiana' -- Select preludes and fugues from the miscellaneous pianoforte works of J. S. Bach ['Spectator']. MWorld 37 14 2 Apr 1859 222-223
223. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 37 15 9 Apr 1859 228-229
224. [anon.]'Bachiana' -- Select preludes and fugues from the miscellaneous pianoforte works of J. S. Bach ['Spectator']. MWorld 37 15 9 Apr 1859 238-240
225. [anon.]Bach and Handel (From the programme of the Monday Popular Concerts). MWorld 37 16 16 Apr 1859 252-253
226. [anon.]'Bachiana'; select pieces (preludes and fugues) from the miscellaneous pianoforte works of John Sebastian Bach, not included in the 'Clavecin bien tempéré' -- (Duncan Davison and Co.) MWorld 37 22 28 May 1859 339
227. [anon.]Society for the Encouragement of the Fine Arts. MWorld 37 24 11 Jun 1859 381
228. [anon.]Bach Society. MWorld 37 29 16 Jul 1859 459
229. [anon.]Berlin -- (From a correspondent). MWorld 37 42 15 Oct 1859 669-670
230. R. J. P.Berlin -- (From a correspondent) Nov. 1st. MWorld 37 49 3 Dec 1859 779
231. JonesBerlin -- (From a correspondent). MWorld 38 3 21 Jan 1860 41-42
232. [anon.]The Bach Society. MWorld 38 30 28 Jul 1860 481
233. Riehl, Wilhelm HeinrichBach and Mendelssohn. From a social point of view. MWorld 38 49 8 Dec 1860 775
234. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 39 9 2 Mar 1861 140
235. [anon.]Vocal Association. MWorld 39 11 16 Mar 1861 172-173
236. Paille-en-cuMusic in Vienna. MWorld 39 12 23 Mar 1861 183
237. [anon.]Cologne. MWorld 39 14 6 Apr 1861 215
238. [anon.]Messrs. Duncan Davison & Co.'s new publications: Bach's Prelude and Fugue 'alla Tarantella'. MWorld 39 21 25 May 1861 334-335
239. [anon.]Messrs. Duncan Davison & Co.'s new publications: Bach's Prelude and Fugue 'alla Tarantella'. MWorld 39 22 1 Jun 1861 351
240. [anon.]Messrs. Duncan Davison & Co.'s new publications: Bach's Prelude and Fugue 'alla Tarantella'. MWorld 39 23 8 Jun 1861 368
241. [anon.]Musical Art Union. MWorld 39 26 29 Jun 1861 411
242. [anon.]Basle. MWorld 39 29 20 Jul 1861 455
243. [anon.]Musical doings in Aix-la-Chapelle (From a correspondent). MWorld 39 30 27 Jul 1861 469-470
244. [anon.]Bach's Mass in B minor (From a correspondent). MWorld 39 41 12 Oct 1861 645
245. [anon.][Comparison of the lives of Bach and Handel. Death of veteran Shakespearian actor Vandenhoff]. MWorld 39 41 12 Oct 1861 648-649
246. T, A.[History of the so-called Bach revival] MWorld 39 45 9 Nov 1861 713-714
247. [anon.][Forkel on Bach's organ music. Leading roles in operas for baritones: Balfe's 'The Puritan's Daughter']. MWorld 39 49 7 Dec 1861 776-777
248. [anon.][Eulogy on the pantomime. Comparison of Bach and Handel]. MWorld 39 52 28 Dec 1861 821-823
249. [anon.]Sebastian Bach. MWorld 4 52 10 Mar 1837 190-191
250. [anon.]Music at Berlin (From our own correspondent). MWorld 40 2 11 Jan 1862 20-21
251. [anon.]Mr. Henry Leslie's choir. MWorld 40 2 11 Jan 1862 21
252. [anon.]Berlin -- (From the 'National Zeitung'). MWorld 40 3 18 Jan 1862 38
253. [anon.][Bach's orchestral compositions (Extract from the 'National Zeitung')] MWorld 40 3 18 Jan 1862 40-41
254. [anon.]Herr Ernst Pauer's pianoforte concerts. MWorld 40 6 8 Feb 1862 91-92
255. [anon.]Mr. Henry Leslie's choir [Mendelssohn, 'Why rage fiercely the heathen?' (anthem). Bach, Motet for double choir: 'I wrestle and pray.' Leslie's part-songs]. MWorld 40 7 15 Feb 1862 106
256. [anon.]Cologne. MWorld 40 11 15 Mar 1862 166
257. [anon.]Philharmonic concerts. MWorld 40 13 29 Mar 1862 198-199
258. Bruyck, Carl vanMonday Popular Concerts. MWorld 40 14 5 Apr 1862 214
259. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. Miss Arabella Goddard's benefit concert. MWorld 40 15 12 Apr 1862 229-230
260. [anon.]Philharmonic concerts. MWorld 40 15 12 Apr 1862 230
261. [anon.]The second Philharmonic concert. MWorld 40 15 12 Apr 1862 235-236
262. [anon.][Bach, 'Grosse Passions-musik nach dem Evangelium Matthäi' to be performed in Vienna; comparison of Protestant and Roman Catholic liturgical practices] MWorld 40 17 26 Apr 1862 265
263. [anon.][Increased appreciation of the works of Sebastian Bach. Bach Society announces performance of the 'St. Matthew Passion']. MWorld 40 20 17 May 1862 313-314
264. N.Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 40 21 24 May 1862 329-330
265. [anon.]Bach Society. MWorld 40 22 31 May 1862 342-343
266. C.[Bach, 'Passion according to St. Matthew' (Summary of the dramatic and musical situations)] MWorld 40 22 31 May 1862 344-346
267. [anon.]Bach's 'Passions-Musik'. MWorld 40 23 7 Jun 1862 359
268. [anon.][Death of German composer Friedrich Wilhelm Telle. Performances of Bach's 'Matthäus-Passion' in European cities]. MWorld 40 23 7 Jun 1862 360
269. [anon.]Mlle Bondy. MWorld 40 24 14 Jun 1862 375
270. [anon.]The thirty-ninth Musical Festival of the Lower Rhine (From the 'Niederrheinische Musik-Zeitung'). MWorld 40 28 12 Jul 1862 435-436
271. A. A. A.To the editor of the 'Musical World'. MWorld 40 30 26 Jul 1862 473-474
272. [anon.]Boston (Massachusetts). MWorld 40 34 23 Aug 1862 540-541
273. Stade, Heinrich BernhardAppeal for the restoration of the Bach organ at Arnstadt [From the 'Neue Berliner Musik-Zeitung']. MWorld 40 40 4 Oct 1862 635
274. [anon.]Leipzig. MWorld 40 41 11 Oct 1862 651
275. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 40 43 25 Oct 1862 677
276. [anon.]Drei Heften Sonate für Violine allein -- Johann Sebastian Bach (Schott). MWorld 40 44 1 Nov 1862 694-695
277. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 40 44 1 Nov 1862 700-701
278. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 40 46 15 Nov 1862 731
279. [anon.]Organ music and organ playing at Boston (America). MWorld 40 47 22 Nov 1862 748-749
280. [anon.][Biographical information and sources about Sebastian Bach in Leipzig]. MWorld 40 48 29 Nov 1862 760-762
281. [anon.][Analytical comments on fugues in Bach's 'Well-tempered Keyboard'; invertible counterpoint]. MWorld 40 50, 51 13, 20 Dec 1862 792-794, 808-810
282. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts (From the 'Saturday Review', Dec. 12, 1862). MWorld 41 2 10 Jan 1863 20-22
283. [anon.]Concerts in Vienna. MWorld 41 17 25 Apr 1863 260
284. [anon.]Cologne. MWorld 41 17 25 Apr 1863 260-261
285. X.Music in Göttingen. MWorld 41 28 11 Jul 1863 441-442
286. [anon.]To the editor of the 'Musical World'. MWorld 41 40 3 Oct 1863 633-634
287. [anon.]Crystal Palace -- (From a correspondent). MWorld 41 40 3 Oct 1863 637
288. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 41 45 7 Nov 1863 715-716
289. [anon.]Monday Popular Concerts. MWorld 41 47 21 Nov 1863 747-748
290. [anon.]Johann Sebastian Bach (From the 'New American Encyclopædia') MWorld 42 42 15 Oct 1864 658-659
291. [anon.]Sebastian Bach [Query on few London performances of the 'St. Matthew Passion']. MWorld 42 42 15 Oct 1864 667
292. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach. Preface. MWorld 43 11 18 Mar 1865 157
293. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach. Chapter I. MWorld 43 14 8 Apr 1865 206
294. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach. Chapter II. MWorld 43 15 15 Apr 1865 221-222
295. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach (Continued from page 222) Chapter III. MWorld 43 16 22 Apr 1865 237
296. A ReaderBach's mode of playing. MWorld 43 17 29 Apr 1865 256
297. S., R. B.Bach's mode of playing. MWorld 43 18 6 May 1865 272-273
298. [anon.]Mr. Charles Hallé's recitals. MWorld 43 19 13 May 1865 287
299. Stade, Heinrich BernhardtAn appeal to all professors and lovers of music, for the Bach - organ, St. Bonafice (New Church), Arnstadt. MWorld 43 19 13 May 1865 292
300. [anon.]Festival of the Sons of the Clergy. MWorld 43 20 20 May 1865 304-305
301. Forkel, Johann NicolausLife of John Sebastian Bach (Continued from page 237) [Chapter III (Continued)]. Chapter IV [To be continued]. MWorld 43 21 27 May 1865 317

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