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1. Crawford, Tim:   J.S. Bach's 'Cantata Burlesque': Unusual features of the 'Peasant' Cantata BWV 212. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
2. Crean, Elise:   From Stölzel to Bach: Practischer Beweiß and the Fourteen Canons. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
3. Hill, Andrew:   Articulation and Ornaments in the Sources of Bach's Suite for Violoncello BWV 1011, with a Comparison to Related Works for Violin and Lute. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   
4. Kovacevic, Tanja; [Kovačević]:   What's in a Name? The Fate of a Hitherto Unknown Manuscript Copy of Bach's Violin Solos. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008. Latin 2
5. Ledbetter, David:   When Notation is too Exact to be Exact: J.S. Bach's Suggestive Anomalies. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
6. Mills, Ian:   From Autograph to Print: Re-examining the Transmission History of J.S. Bach's 'Great Eighteen' Chorales. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
7. Paczkowski, Szymon:   Bach's Peasant Cantata and the Polish style. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
8. Pollerus, Christine:   Cembalo Obbligato in J.S. Bach's 'Amore traditore'. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
9. Quinn, Michael:   Between Tonal Theory and Historical Sentiment: Schenker's Reception of J.S. Bach's Chorale Harmonisations. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
10. Schwalbach, Burkhard:   Eighteenth-Century Coffee-House Culture: A New Context for Bach's Music? [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
11. Tatlow, Ruth:   Demystifying Myths: Bach and his Use of Numbers. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.
12. Tomita, Yo:   Reading Soul from Manuscripts: Observations on Performance Issues in J.S. Bach's Habits of Writing his Music. [p]BICB_Leeds (Jul 2008)   A paper read at the 13th biennial international conference on Baroque music, held at University of Leeds from 2 to 6 July 2008.

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