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Bach Perspectives, Volume 9 [electronic resource]: J. S. Bach and His Contemporaries in Germany

Talle, Andrew; Ebook Central - Academic Complete
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EBook; Book; Online
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Champaign : University of Illinois Press Chicago : Chicago Distribution Center [Distributor]
Language
English
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Bach Perspectives Ser
ISBN
9780252038136, 0252038134 (Trade Cloth)
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Scholarly & Professional
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    a| Annotation b| This provocative addition to the Bach Perspectives series offers a counternarrative to the isolated genius status that J.S. Bach and his music currently enjoy. Contributors contextualize Bach by examining the output, reputation, and compositional practices of his contemporaries in Germany whose work was widely played and enjoyed in his time, including Georg Philipp Telemann, Christoph Graupner, Gottlieb Muffat, and Johann Adolf Scheibe. Essays place Bach and his work in relation to his peers, examining avenues of composition they took while he did not and showing how differing treatments of the same subjects or texts resulted in markedly different compositional results and legacies. By looking closely at how Bach's contemporaries addressed the tasks and challenges of their time, this project provides a more nuanced view of the musical world of Bach's time while revealing in more specific terms than ever how and why Bach's own music remains fresh and compelling.Contributors are Alison Dunlop, Wolfgang Hirschmann, Michael Maul, Andrew Talle, and Steven Zohn.
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