By Daniel R. Melamed
This quantity is a advisor to the assets and fabrics of Bach scholarship, either for the non professional pondering the place to start within the huge, immense literature on J. S. Bach, and for the Bach professional trying to find a handy and recent survey of the sphere. It describes the instruments of Bach study and the way to take advantage of them, and indicates the best way to start in Bach learn through describing the valuable components of study and mentioning the basic literature on every bit and topic.The authors emphasize the problems that experience engaged Bach students for generations, concentrating on really very important writings; on contemporary literature; on overviews, collections of essays and handbooks; and on writings in English. topics lined contain bibliographic instruments of Bach examine and assets of literature; Bach's kin; Bach biographies; areas Bach lived and labored; Bach's educating; the liturgy; Bach resource stories and the transmission of his song; repertory and variations; genres and person vocal and instrumental works; functionality perform; the reception and research of Bach's song; and so forth. The publication additionally deals reasons of vital and most likely complicated issues in Bach learn, reminiscent of the association of the yearly cantata cycles, pitch criteria, the heritage of the Berlin libraries, the constitution of the severe observation volumes within the Neue Bach Ausgabe, and so on.This publication opens up the wealthy international of Bach scholarship to scholars, lecturers, performers, and listeners.
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David and Arthur Mendel, eds. The Bach reader. Rev. ed. New York, 1966. The versions here should be used with the same caution as with any other translations. 1 Primary and early biographies). A revision of the The Bach reader by Christoph Wolff is in progress. Many of the most important documents have been reprinted in Hans-Joachim Schulze, ed. Johann Sebastian Bach: Leben und Werk in Dokumenten. Leipzig, 1975. A few Bach documents have generated their own interpretive literature. 1 Vocal forces.
S. Bach's contact with this repertory, see William H. Scheide. " BJ 46 (1959): 52-94; 48 (1961): 5-24; 49 (1962): 5-32. S. Bach owned—and possibly assembled—a collection of old family music known as the Altbachisches Archiv. On the collection and its history see Daniel R. Melamed. S. Bach and the German motet," 39-129. D. diss. Harvard University, 1989. Much of the music from the collection, together with related repertory, is published in Max Schneider, ed. Altbachisches Archiv. Das Erbe deutscher Musik 1/2.
Sources of secondary literature Leipzig, 1983: Forschungskollektiv "Johann Sebastian Bach" an der KarlMarx-Universitat Leipzig Reinhard Szeskus and Jurgen Asmus, eds. Johann Sebastian Bachs Traditionsraum. Bach-Studien 9. Leipzig, 1986. Cassel, 1984: 59. Bachfest der Neuen Bachgesellschaft Kurt von Fischer, ed. Bach im 20. Jahrhundert. Cassel, 1985. Stuttgart, 1985: Gesellschaft fur Musikforschung I 60. Bachfest der Neuen Bachgesellschaft Dietrich Berke and Dorothee Hanemann, eds. Alte Musik als asthetische Gegenwart—Bach, Handel, Schutz: Bericht uber den internationalen musikwissenschaftlichen KongreB Stuttgart 1985.