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BACHSBay Arenac Community High School (Essexville, Michigan)
BACHSBrother Andre Catholic High School (Canada)
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Durr, Zur Chronologie der Leipziger Vokalwerke Johann Sebastian Bachs, Musikwissenschaftliche Arbeiten, xxvi (Kassel, 1976), p.58.
(35.) Christoph Wolff, "Carl Philipp Emanuel Bachs Verzeichnis seiner Clavierwerke von 1733 bis 1772," in Uber Ixben, Kunst und Kunstwerke: Aspekte musikalischer Biographic Johann Sebastian Bach im Zentrum, ed.
In January 2000, The Packard Humanities Institute, in cooperation with the Bach-Archiv Leipzig, the Sachsische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, and Harvard University, established offices in Cambridge, Massachusetts for a new critical edition of the works of Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714-88).
While the distinction between orchestral and chamber music is anachronous and arbitrary (in Bach's time "chamber" music was a designation meant to distinguish it from music for the church or theater, and much of what we would now consider orchestral, such as concertos, would likely have been performed without a conductor or the doubling of parts) it is logical to the modern reader.
Das Referat "Zur Rezeption von Bachs Orgelschaffen in der Schweiz" von Stephan Thomas beschaftigt sich ausfuhrlich mit der Bach-Pflege im Bereich der Orgelmusik, die Verbreitung der Notentexte seiner OrgelWerke, sowie mit Einflussen seiner Musik in Orgelkompositionen des 19.
By the turn of the seventeenth century, the Bachs had risen from the positions of Spielmann (musician or jester) and town trumpeters to the principal music positions in the area.
Little as I wish to take public issue with a fellow musician, I cannot really let some portions of Ton Koopman's recent musings about the performance and recording of Bach's cantatas pass without comment.
Contrary to Badura-Skoda's belief that 'very little [of Blume's position] has survived', the demystification of the composer's biography heralded by Blume's lecture is the basis of modern Bach scholarship, while Moser's satirical effort now reads as a desperately smug, intellectually vacant reassertion of Bach hagiography.
Ulrich Leisinger's 'Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach und die musikalische Deklamation' introduces a sequence of six essays on various aspects of Bach's vocal music.
Johann Sebastian Bach. Messe in h-Moll, BWV 232, with Sanctus in D-Dur (1724), BWV 232 (III): Autograph: Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin--PreuBischer Kulturbesitz, Commentary by Christoph Wolff.
A number of scholars in recent years have begun to examine, in much more detail, the reception of Johann Sebastian Bach's music between the composer's death in 1750 and the Sing-Akademie performance of the St.
In the essay "Bach's Report on Johann Scheibe's Organ for St.