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By John Butt
This research is a complete evaluate of J. S. Bach's use of articulation marks (i.e. slurs and dots) within the huge physique of fundamental assets. Dr Butt analyses the position of such markings in the compositional method, how they relate to the norms of articulation of the interval, and the way they could help us in a deeper knowing and overview of Bach's type. With its huge catalogue of the commonest slurring styles in response to a learn of over a hundred concerted vocal works, this publication is precious either for performers on all baroque tools, and for students with an curiosity in Bach's sort and resource reports. It additionally contributes to our notion of Bach's place in track heritage: the aim of tune within the Lutheran Germany of Bach's time and its rhetorical strength; the shut courting among composer and performer in the context of 'practical' track; and the services and improvement of notation.
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Bach Interpretation: Articulation Marks in Primary Sources of J. S. Bach by John Butt