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|TITLE:||'Most ingenious, most learned, and yet practicable work': The English reception of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in the first half of the nineteenth century seen through the editions published in London.|
|PUBL. DATA:||A paper read at the Biennial Meeting of the American Bach Society, Leipzig, May 11-13, 2006: 'Bach Crossing Borders'. Abstract published in BachNotesABS, 5 (Spring, 2006), p. 11.|
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