TABLES
I. The Tromba187
II. The Zugtrompete (Tromba da tirarsi)191
III. The Cornett194
IV. The Trombone195
V. The Waldhorn (Corno)196
VI. The Jagdhorn (Corno da caccia)97
VII. The Timpani198
VIII. The Flfite à bec (Blockflöte: Flûte douce)200
IX. The Transverse (German) Flute (Querflöte)202
X. The Oboe (Hautbois)207
XI. The Oboe da caccia (English Horn: Hautbois del Chasse)216
XII. The Oboe d'amore (Hautbois d'amour: Liebes­M oboe)218
XIII. The Bassoon (Fagotto)222
XIV. The Violino piccolo225
XV. The Violetta225
XVI. The Viola d'amore225
XVII. The Viola da gamba226
XVIII. The Violoncello piccolo226
XIX. The Lute227
XX. The Continuo228
XXI. The Cantatas in alphabetical order (with a precis of their scores)238
XXII. The Cantatas in the numerical order of their publication by the Bachgesellschaft244

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