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Historical Performance Practice in Organ Playing (Part 2 - The Romantic Period)
Jon Laukvik - Carus-Verlag Vertrieb GMBH

This publication is designed for organists who wish to integrate the latest research in historical performance practice into their playing.  It seeks to assist the player in converting the research on... view details

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Historical Performance Practice in Organ Playing (Part 1 - Baroque and Classical Period)
Jon Laukvik - Carus-Verlag Vertrieb GMBH

Laukvik, Jon. Published by Carus-Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany. Copyright 1996. An introduction based on selected organ works of the 16th-18th centuries, Volume 1. Translated by Brigitte and Michael Harris. ... view details

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Orgeln in Wuerttemberg-Cloth
VOELKL, H - Carus-Verlag Vertrieb GMBH

Voelkl, Helmut. Published by Haenssler, Stuttgart, Germany. Copyright 1986. The historic organs in the area of Wuerttemberg, Germany. A collection of truly beautiful photographs. This volume would be of... view details

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Quantz-Werkverzeichnis
AUGSBACH - Carus-Verlag Vertrieb GMBH

Augsbach, Horst. Thematic guide to the works of Johann Joachim Quantz, organized by musical categories.  Preface in German. A wonderful resource for libraries. ... view details

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Studien Zur Form Prelude Js Bach
BERGNER, C - Carus-Verlag Vertrieb GMBH

Bergner, Christoph. Ed. Georg von DadelsenPublished by Haenssler Verlag, Stuttgart, W. Germany. Copyright 1986. Studies and analyses of the preludes of J. S. Bach's Well-Tempered Clavier. Volume 11 in the... view details

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Traditionsbezug Im Musikhist pro
WAGNER, G - Carus-Verlag Vertrieb GMBH

Wagner, Guenther. Published by Haenssler-Verlag, Stuttgart, W. Germany. Copyright 1985. Traditions of historical musical practice between 1720 and 1740, using J.S. Bach and C.P.E. Bach as examples. Musical... view details

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