By Gregory S Butler,George Stauffer,Mary Dalton Greer
That Johann Sebastian Bach is a pivotal determine within the heritage of Western tune is infrequently information, and the importance of his success is so significant that it may be tricky to understand. In About Bach, fifteen students exhibit that Bach's significance extends from choral to orchestral song, from sacred tune to musical parodies, and in addition to his scribes and scholars, his predecessors and successors. extra, the participants exhibit a variety of musicological techniques, starting from shut stories of Bach's offerings of musical shape and libretto to wider analyses of the old and cultural backgrounds that impinged upon his creations and their lasting impact. This quantity makes major contributions to Bach biography, interpretation, pedagogy, and performance.
Contributors are Gregory G. Butler, Jen-Yen Chen, Alexander J. Fisher, Mary Dalton Greer, Robert Hill, Ton Koopman, Daniel R. Melamed, Michael Ochs, Mark Risinger, William H. Scheide, Hans-Joachim Schulze, Douglass Seaton, George B. Stauffer, Andrew Talle, and Kathryn Welter.
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About Bach by Gregory S Butler,George Stauffer,Mary Dalton Greer