Reprinted article examines the possibility that Bach used one singer per part rather than a larger choir in many of his vocal works.
Joshua Rifkin defends his own ideas on Bach's use of single-voiced choir parts by way of scholar Arnold Schering.
Paul Baker of Diabolus in Musica uses the music of Bach to illustrate perceived problems and solutions to various performance issues, including choir size and instrument choice.
Biography and music examples in the form of sheet music and sound files.
Contemporary prints of Bach's Leipzig showing familiar scenes and some lesser-known facets of Leipzig city life, institutions and facilities. Of unusual interest is the city's piped fresh water supply.
The composer's string music, especially lute and guitar, with specialized articles and links to internet resources .
A well documented examination of Bach's possible oboists, as well as the instrument's range and notational problems, covering compositions from Mülhausen to Leipzig.
Detailed biography, covering each period in Bach's life.
A comprehensive, searchable catalogue of books, articles, theses, papers and facsimile editions on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach.
A summer festival held in Eugene, Oregon directed by Helmuth Rilling. Booking information and schedules of concerts and master classes.