American Choral Review Archive
Volume 29, No. 3/4
Performance Practice of Bach's Motets
by Wilhelm Ehmann
Performance Practice of Bach's Cantatas
by Alfred Dürr
Concertists and Ripienists: An Old Performance Problem Revisited
by Gerhard Herz
The application of the concerto principle to Bach's choral music...more...
The application of the concerto principle to Bach's choral music was advocated as early as in the writings of Wilhelm Rust, editor for most of the cantata volumes in the old Bach-Gesellschaft edition. The issue was taken up again in the early twentieth century by Arnold Schering, and in our time especially by Werner Neumann and Wilhelm Ehmann. Their conviction is based on the evidence supplied by Bach himself in no less than ten cantatas.less...
Appendix: Alphabetical and Numerical Listings of [Bach] Cantatas
by Alfred Mann?
Based on the arrangement of Sections 3 and 4 of...more...
Based on the arrangement of Sections 3 and 4 of the Index to Alfred Dürr's Die Kantaten von Johann Sebastian Bach and information contained in his discussion of the individual works as well as on Gerhard Herz's "The New Chronology of Bach's Vocal Music" (Edition of Cantata 140, Norton Critical Scores, New York, 1972).less...