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Bach Studies from Dublin: Irish Musical Studies 8
     

Bach Studies from Dublin: Irish Musical Studies 8

by Anne Leahy, Yo Tomita
 
The eighth volume in the IMS series analyzes the performances of Bach in Ireland and abroad. Contents; Ido Abravaya - The Baroque upbeat: outline of its typology and evolution, Harry White - Johann Joseph Fux and the question of Einbau techniqueJanice B. Stockigt - The royal Polish and electoral Saxon court and state calendars, 1728-50, Rebecca Kan - Vivaldi, Bach

Overview

The eighth volume in the IMS series analyzes the performances of Bach in Ireland and abroad. Contents; Ido Abravaya - The Baroque upbeat: outline of its typology and evolution, Harry White - Johann Joseph Fux and the question of Einbau techniqueJanice B. Stockigt - The royal Polish and electoral Saxon court and state calendars, 1728-50, Rebecca Kan - Vivaldi, Bach and their concerto slow movements , Gregory Butler - The Prelude to the Third English Suite BWV 808, Don O. Franklin - Bach's temporal design for the Goldberg Variations, Robin A. Leaver - Death and beyond in Bach's vocal music, J. Drew Stephen - Bach's horn parts, Martin Elste - Bach in North America during the Shellac era (1900-50), Dorottya Fabian - Bach performances during the late 20th century, John Butt - Bach in the 21st century, Yo Tomita - Bach's Credo in England, Barra Boydell - Performance of Bach's vocal music in Dublin in the 19th and early 20th centuries, Hans-Joachim Schulze - Bach at the turn of the 20th century (Series: Irish Musical Studies)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781851828579
Publisher:
Four Courts Press
Publication date:
05/19/2004
Series:
Irish Musical Studies
Pages:
270
Product dimensions:
6.40(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.00(d)

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