6 edition of The new Bach reader found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Bach reader.|
|Statement||edited by Hans T. David and Arthur Mendel ; revised and enlarged by Christoph Wolff.|
|Contributions||David, Hans T. 1902-1967., Mendel, Arthur, 1905-, Wolff, Christoph.|
|LC Classifications||ML410.B1 D24 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||liv, 551 p. :|
|Number of Pages||551|
|LC Control Number||97041850|
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In The New Bach Reader, Christoph Wolff has incorporated numerous facsimiles and added many newly discovered items, reflecting the current state of scholarship about the composer's life and music. The readings in this volume provide an accurate and vivid picture of Cited by: Bach Reader: Anna Vriend wrote (April 9, ): I am considering buying my own copy of the Bach Reader.
I know there is the Bach Reader and the New Bach Reader. My questions are the following. "Just reading these documents brings this great composer to life in a most exciting and vivid way. I love this book!" —Yo-Yo Ma, The New Bach Reader, Arthur Mendel, Christoph Wolff, Hans T.
The New Bach Reader reveals the life and career of Bach through hundreds of letters, family papers, anecdotes, and records relating to his personal and professional life.
The original Bach Reader, edited by the late Hans T. David and Arthur Mendel inestablished a new approach/5. Gathered in this volume are all the letters, reports, testimonials, complaints, thank-you notes, and other writings of J.
Bach, together with a generous helping of performance and payment inventories, town council proceedings, court and archival records, letters of appointment, and other papers that document the fabric of the composer's daily life. Buy The New Bach Reader: Life of Johann Sebastian Bach in Letters and Documents Revised and Expanded by David, Hans T., Mendel, Arthur, Wolff, Christoph (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
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The New Bach Reader the New Bach Reader by Hans T David, Arthur Mendel, Christoph Wolff starting at $ The New Bach Reader the New Bach Reader has. "Just reading these documents brings this great composer to life in a most exciting and vivid way.
I love this book!" —Yo-Yo Ma Through hundreds of letters, family papers, anecdotes, and records, the Bach Reader established a new approach to biography by offering original documents in impeccable translations.
In The New Bach Reader, Christoph Wolff has incorporated numerous facsimiles and. About this Item: W W Norton & Co Inc, Paperback. Condition: Good. No Jacket. Trade Paperback in Good Condition.
Edited by Hans T. David and Arthur Mendel. The Bach Reader is a collection of the most significant early materials on Johann Sebastian Bach (), German composer, organist, violinist, harpsichordist, revealing Bach in his own words, in the testimony of his contemporaries.
With this highly readable book, Wolff sets a new standard for Bach biography. 42 b/w illustrations. Price indication: $ Arthur Mendel, Christoph Wolff and Hans T. David The New Bach Reader: A Life of Johann Sebastian Bach in Letters and Documents W.W.
As far as I know, there's no other book about Bach's cantatas this big, though size is, of course, not everything.
Bradley Lehman wrote ( ): [To Kirk McElhearn] Excellent. Cantagrel also produced the huge "Bach en son temps", which is thFrench counterpart of the Mendel/David/Wolff "[New] Bach Reader". Evan Cortens wrote ( ). Get this from a library. The new Bach reader: a life of Johann Sebastian Bach in letters and documents.
[Hans T David; Arthur Mendel; Christoph Wolff;] -- Through hundreds of letters, family papers, anecdotes, and records, the Bach Reader established a new approach to biography by offering original documents in impeccable translations.
In The New Bach. Get this from a library. The New Bach reader: a life of Johann Sebastian Bach in letters and documents.
[Hans T David (Hans Theodore); Arthur Mendel; Christoph Wolff] -- Gathered in this volume are all the letters, reports, testimonials, complaints, thank-you notes, and other writings of J.S. Bach, together with a generous helping of performance and payment.
Bach scholarship was not idle in the last three decades. It is natural to expect, therefore, that many recent discoveries are integrated into this New Bachthe improvement made to the revised edition of is extensive; while retaining the basic philosophy of the original conception and much of the translated material, it is now thicker by some 80 pages, incorporating new.
The New Bach Reader: Life of Johann Sebastian Bach in Letters and Documents Edited by David Theodor Hans, Arthur Mendel, Hans T. David, Christoph Wolff W W Norton & Co Ltd (), paperback pp.
The New Bach Reader will be invaluable as an exploration of Bach's life, times, and critical reception - especially to English-speaking readers - though Bach scholars will still need to consult Bach-Dokumente for commentary on the background and details surrounding each document.
Read about Mendelsohn's debut of the St Matthew's Passion ( years after Bach performed it last) written by the tenor who sang Christ's lines in the score during that performance.
Look at the replicated facsimilies of Bach's letters in his own hand. The book is full of /5. As the essays move between musical criticism and Reformation history, Marissen’s erudition shows no signs of strain. The amount of scholarly knowledge on display in Bach & God is truly remarkable.
As the reader enters each new section of the book, a different side of Bach’s musical and theological perspective comes into view.
In The New Bach Reader, Christoph Wolff has incorporated numerous facsimiles and added many newly discovered items, reflecting the current state of scholarship about the composer's life and music.
The readings in this volume provide an accurate and vivid picture of. Women in the Hebrew Bible: a reader User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Bach (religious studies, Stanford Univ.), author of Women, Seduction, and Betrayal in Biblical Narrative (Cambridge Univ., ), has compiled a fascinating collection of nearly 40 essays on attitudes 3/5(2).
Check out this great listen on Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Biography, this landmark book was revised in to include new knowledge discovered after its initial publication. Although we have heard the music of J.
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Bach’s Holy Dread. is the splendid title of a new book by Michael Marissen, a professor emeritus at Swarthmore College. The book that perhaps reveals more of Bach than any other can be.
The New Bach Reader reveals the life and career of Bach through hundreds of letters, family papers, anecdotes, and records relating to his personal and professional life. The original Bach Reader, edited by the late Hans T. David and Arthur Mendel inestablished a new approach to biography by offering original documents in impeccable.
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Every year, Johann Sebastian Bach’s major vocal works are performed to mark liturgical milestones in the Christian calendar. Written by a renowned Bach scholar, this concise and accessible book provides an introduction to the music and cultural contexts of the composer’s most beloved masterpieces, including the Magnificat, Christmas Oratorio, and St.
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In Wolff had revised David and Mendel's Bach Reader into The New Bach Reader. In a compilation of Bach-related essays Wolff wrote between and had its fourth reprint.
Geck. Also in Martin Geck published Bach: Leben und Werk, six years later translated as Johann Sebastian Bach: Life and Work. This one is biographical, but my favorite is The New Bach Reader, which integrates primary sources from throughout his entire life, before and ts, newspaper articles, court proceedings, original manuscripts, contemporary accounts, etc.
Really a wealth of resources for understanding his time period and life, as well as some lovely pictures of his manuscripts. In “Unfinished Business: Notes of a Chronic Re-Reader,” the revered memoirist makes an urgent argument for the value of returning to a book you’ve already read.
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Author: Arianna Davis. Bach's "Nekrolog" appeared in its last installment, Volume 4, Part 1 inas the third of three obituaries of former members of the Musical Society. Although no author is indicated in the article, its authors are known to be Carl Philipp Emanuel, Bach's son, and Johann Friedrich Agricola.
In this book, Peter Williams, author of the acclaimed J. S. Bach: A Life in Music, revisits Bach's biography through the lens of his music.
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Michael Berg is fifteen and suffering from hepatitis.“Lively, argumentative and passionate In performance and now in print, Mr. Gardiner is Bach’s most eloquent champion.” —The Wall Street Journal “Fresh, persuasive As eloquent a writer as he is a musician, Gardiner brings to his study the invaluable perspective of the practitioner.” —The New York Times Book Review.