Johann Sebastian: A Tercentenary Celebration

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Index
Affektenlehre, 72
Appogiature, 35
Architecture: as analogy, 83-84; definitions, 83
Aria, 103
Articulation, 104
Bach, Johann Sebastian: abstractness, 77-78; devoutness, 70-71; emotional severity, 77-78; late religious works, 77; religious affections, 70-78
Baroque literature, 65
Bergman, Ingmar, 45-46; cross images, 48, 51; world games, 50. See also specific titles
Breve, hemiola, 23
Calvinism, 69
Cantata: Ascension, 9; Christmas, 6; crib, 6; dramatic elements, 8-9; fertility, 6-7; flauto, 11-14; Lutheran Pietistic tradition, 5; Pentecost, 7; recorder, 11-14; rhetoric, 96; Scripture, 5-9; sexual love, 7; traverso, 14-18; unity, 5; whimsey, 8
Capriccio, 103
Christmas, 120
Chromatic Fantasy, 103
Collegim Musicum, 118
Coloration, hemiola, 23
Communicants, The, 49-50
Counterpoint, 96; Suite in B-Minor, 20-21
Countersubject, fugue, 36
Courante, 23, 26
Cries and Whispers, Suite No. 5 for Unaccompanied Cello, 54-5
Developing variation, fugue, 36
Divisen-Aire, 98
Easter, 120
Edwards, Jonathan, 69-78; benevolence, 77; criteria, 75; duty, 75; good works, 75-76; harmony, 75; inclination, 74; musical aesthetic, 69; religious affections, 70-78; religious conversion, 74; sin, 74-75; tenderness of heart, 75; theological rationale for sacred music, 76; theory of religion, 73; A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections, 73; volitions, 74
Erster Chor, 117
Evangelicalism, 69
Expression: keyboard works, 95-107; naturalness, 106; rhetoric, 105; vocal music, 106
Figure: allegorical, 105;

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Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in Contributions to the Study of Music and Dance ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: The Contemporizing of Scripture in the Cantatas of Johann Sebastian Bach 5
  • 2: J. S. Bach: The Flauto and the Traverso 11
  • 3: An Odd Couple: J. S. Bach and A. S. Huxley 19
  • 4: Hemiola in the Eighteenth Century 23
  • Notes 32
  • Notes 122
  • Index 157
  • About the Editor and Contributors 161
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