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Meredith Little is an attorney practicing law in Tucson. She has taught at Stanford University and Aston Magna Academy and is author of numerous articles on Baroque music and dance, include twenty-three articles in the
Natalie Jenne, Professor of Music Emeritus at Concordia University, has published articles in the J. S. Bach (in the series Oxford Composer Companions), Key Words in Church Music, and journals such as Bach, The Diapason, Church Music, and Clavier. She conducts workshops on aspects of Baroque performance practice, in particular, the music of Bach.
If you play Bach, you should read this book—even if you only play those little Minuets! Dance, dance steps, and dance forms are all directly connected to Bach's music and the music... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Cembalista
Just got this book. Tried to look up Allemande from French Suite 4, BWV 815. There are no allemandes mentioned in the book, despite the fact that each of Bach's six French Suites... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jack