NEW! In this set of essays, musicologist and organist Russell Stinson investigates Bach's compositions for the organ. Stinson's investigations include a revealing focus on a previously unpublished fugue by Bach pupil J. G. Schübler, unexplored techniques found in over twenty of Bach's chorale preludes, and the diverse ways in which Bach's organ works have been received from the composer's own lifetime to the present day.
This book is a must-read to those interested in the works of J.S. Bach.
Published by Oxford University Press, 2012
Hardbound, 224 pages with 35 illustrations