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Bach Perspectives, Volume 14: Bach and Mozart: Connections, Patterns, and Pathways
edited by Paul Corneilson
contributions by Eleanor Selfridge-Field, Yoel Greenberg, Noelle M Heber, Michael Maul, Stephen Roe and David Schulenberg
preface by Paul Corneilson
University of Illinois Press, 2022
Cloth: 978-0-252-04466-3 | eISBN: 978-0-252-05368-9
Library of Congress Classification ML410.B13B+
Dewey Decimal Classification 780.922

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
Today, the names Bach and Mozart are mostly associated with Johann Sebastian Bach and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. But this volume of Bach Perspectives offers essays on the lesser-known musical figures who share those illustrious names alongside new research on the legendary composers themselves. Topics include the keyboard transcriptions of J. S. Bach and Johann Gottfried Walther; J. S. Bach and W. A. Mozart's freelance work; the sonatas of C. P. E. Bach and Leopold Mozart; the early musical training given J. C. Bach by his father and half-brother; the surprising musical similarities between J. C. Bach and W. A. Mozart; and the latest documentary research on Mozart’s 1789 visit to the Thomasschule in Leipzig.

An official publication of the American Bach Society, Bach Perspectives, Volume 14 draws on a variety of approaches and a broad range of subject matter in presenting a new wave of innovative classical musical scholarship.


Contributors: Eleanor Selfridge-Field, Yoel Greenberg, Noelle M. Heber, Michael Maul, Stephen Roe, and David Schulenberg



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