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1. Alevizos, Konstantinos:   Hidden Forms of Inversion (Mirror) inside the Contrapunctus 'in stylo francese' of The Art of Fugue of Johann Sebastian Bach (BWV 1080, 6). [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
2. Baker, Michael:   A Dorian Middleground Schema in Bach's Minor-Key Fugue Expositions. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
3. Bertoglio, Chiara:   Instructive Editions of Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier in Italy. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
4. Blanken, Christine:   Recently rediscovered sources of music of the Bach family in the Breitkopf 'Firmenarchiv'. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
5. Butler, Margaret:   From Guadagni's Suitcase: A Primo Uomo's Signature Aria in Settings of Artaserse. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
6. Bärwald, Manuel:   From Bach to Galuppi -- Musical Transfer across the Alps and Its Influence on Leipzig Concert Life. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
7. Bärwald, Manuel:   J. S. Bach and His Students in Leipzig Concert Life during 1740s. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
8. Carter, Zachary:   J. S. Bach's Violone and the Fundamental Texture: The Contrabass-Bowed Instrument in the Bach Cantata. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
9. Corneilson, Paul:   J. C. Bach's Favorite Tenor, Anton Raaff. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
10. Crist, Stephen:   What Did Johann Ludwig Krebs Learn about Arias from His Teacher, J. S. Bach? [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
11. David Schulenberg:   Bach at Berlin: C. P. E. Bach's Revolutionary Keyboard Music of the 1740s. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
12. Enßlin, Wolfram:   Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach: Thematisch-systematisches Verzeichnis. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
13. Fazekas, Gergely:   J. S. Bach and the Two Cultures of Musical Form. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
14. Golomb, Uri:   The Passion Animated, Ritualised and Monumentalised: Expressive Engagement and Emotional Distance in Productions of Bach's Matthäus-Passion. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
15. Greer, Mary:   The Secret Subscribers to C. P. E. Bach's Die Israeliten in der Wüste: A Masonic Connection?. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
16. Haberl, Hildrun:   Rediscovering Baroque: A Romantic Approach towards Johann Sebastian Bach's Chaconne by Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy and Robert Schumann. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
17. Hall, Matthew:   Contrapuntal Structure as Keyboard Technique in the Pedagogy of J. S. Bach. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
18. Hill, Moira:   The Lied Aesthetic in Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach's Late Passions.. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
19. Koska, Bernd:   Bach's Students at St. Thomas School as Church Musicians. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
20. Kreinin, Yulia:   Choosing an Influence, or the Rorschach Test: Images of Bach as Reflected in 20th-Century Compositions. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
21. Leisinger, Ulrich:   From Keyboard Suite to Keyboard Sonata in the Mid-18th Century. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
22. Lindsberger, Herbert:   Il segno -- a Discussion of Different Manuscripts and Editions of Gavotte 2 from Suite 6 BWV 1012 for Violoncello. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
23. Marissen, Michael:   J. S. Bach's Church Cantatas and 'the Jews' in the Gospel of John. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
24. Marshall, Robert:   Killing--and Burying--Sebastian. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
25. Maul, Michael:   Bach's or Ernesti's sons?--New sources on Bach's prefects. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
26. Maul, Michael:   Bach's or Ernesti's Sons? -- New Sources on Bach's Prefects. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
27. McCormick, Susan:   The Multiple Bass Chorale Tradition: Purpose, Origin and Transmission. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
28. Medlam, Charles:   Approaches to the Bach Violoncello Suites: The Purpose, Origins and Performance of the 'Suites a Violoncello Solo senza Basso composées pas Sr. J. S. Bach Maitre de Chapelle'. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
29. Melamed, Daniel R.:   Did Bach's Listeners Analyze? [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
30. Oleskiewicz, Mary:   The Quartets of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
31. O'Loghlin, Michael:   Melodic, Harmonic and Structural Symbols in the Labyrinths of J. S. Bach and Marin Marais: Who Was the More Cerebral Composer? [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
32. Paczkowski, Szymon:   J. Ph. Kirnberger and the Musical Patronage of Count Wac³aw Rzewuski in Podhorce. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014) Latin 2
33. Papadopoulou, Vasiliki:   Performance Practice Aspects of J.S. Bach's Sei Solo for Violin as Reflected in Instructive Editions. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
34. Shabalina, Tatiana [Shabalina, Tat'jana]:   Bach's Parody Process: Observations from the Early Leipzig Manuscripts. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
35. Stinson, Russell:   Richard Wagner and the Well-Tempered Clavier: A Closer Look. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
36. Szabó, Zoltán:   An Exceedingly Careless Scribe? -- J. P. Kellner's Copy of the Bach String Solo Works. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
37. Tatlow, Ruth:   Metaphor or Reality: Harmonic Proportions, Canons and Compositions in Heaven. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
38. Taylor, Nik:   Members of the Bach Family and the Published Church Cantatas of Georg Philipp Telemann. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
39. Tomita, Yo:   Revisiting Altnickol's 1744 Copy of the Well-Tempered Clavier, Book II. [p]BICB_Salzburg (Jul 2014)
40. Wolff, Christoph:   Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach and the History of Music. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)
41. Wollny, Peter:   Johann Sebastian Bach and His Sons. [p]ABS_Ohio (May 2014)

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