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245 00 Bach perspectives.|nVolume 9,|pJ.S. Bach and his 
       contemporaries in Germany /|cedited by Andrew Talle. 
246 30 J.S. Bach and his contemporaries in Germany 
264  1 Urbana, Illinois :|bUniversity of Illinois Press,|c2013. 
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505 0  Preface -- "He liked to hear the music of others": 
       individuality and variety in the Works of Bach and his 
       German contemporaries -- Aesthetic mediation and tertiary 
       rhetoric in Telemann's VI ouvertures à 4 ou 6 -- Bach, 
       Graupner, and the rest of their contented contemporaries -
       - The famously little-known Gottlieb Muffat -- Bach versus
       Scheibe: hitherto unknown battlegrounds in a famous 
       conflict -- Contributors -- General index. 
520    In this volume, Wolfgang Hirschmann proposes an 
       ethnographic approach that contextualizes Bach's works, 
       addressing the aesthetic paths he took as well as those he
       did not pursue. Steven Zohn's essay considers Telemann's 
       contribution to the orchestral Ouverture genre, 
       observering how Telemann's approach to integrating the 
       national styles of his time was quite different from, but 
       no less rich than, Bach's Andrew Talle compares settings 
       and strategies of Vergnüte Ruh, beliebte Seelenlust by 
       Bach and Graupner. Alison Dunlop presents valuable primary
       research on Muffat, the most commonly cited keyboard music
       composer in Vienna during Bach's lifetime. Finally, 
       Michael Maul sheds new light on the Scheibe-Birnbaum 
       controversy, contextualizing the most famous critique of 
       J.S. Bach's compositional style by discussing the other 
       composers that Scheibe critiqued. 
588 0  Print version record. 
600 10 Bach, Johann Sebastian,|d1685-1750|xCriticism and 
600 10 Bach, Johann Sebastian,|d1685-1750. 
600 17 Bach, Johann Sebastian,|d1685-1750.|2fast
650  7 MUSIC|xGenres & Styles|xClassical.|2bisacsh 
650  7 MUSIC|xReference.|2bisacsh 
655  7 Criticism, interpretation, etc.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01411635 
700 1  Talle, Andrew,|eeditor. 
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       and his contemporaries in Germany|z9780252038136
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