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1. Leahy, Anne:   The Organ Chorale Preludes from the Leipzig Autograph (BWV 651-68) by J. S. Bach. [p]RMA_Belfast (May 1996)
2. Leahy, Anne:   The Crucifixion Theme in the Bach B Minor Mass. [p]RMA_Limerick (May 1997)
3. Leahy, Anne:   The opening movements of BWV 78, Jesu, der du meine Seele, yet another demonstration of Bach's preoccupation with matters soteriological. [p]BCB_Exeter (Jul 1998)
4. Leahy, Anne:   The opening movement of BWV 78, Jesu, der du meine Seele, yet another demonstration of Bach's preoccupation with matters soteriological. [p]RMA_Belfast (May 1998)
5. Leahy, Anne:   The Opening Chorus of Cantata BWV 78, Jesu, der du meine Seele; Another Example of Bach's Interest in Matters Soteriological. Bach 30/1 (Spring-Summer 1999), 26-41
6. Leahy, Anne:   'Jesus Christus unser Heiland', BWV 665: an investigation into the relationship between the text and music of Bach's chorale prelude. [p]IATB_Logumkloster (Oct 1999)
7. Leahy, Anne:   Jesus Christus unser Heiland, BWV 666: text/music relationships. [p]RMA_Waterford (May 1999)
8. Leahy, Anne:   The chorals of the P 271 manuscript: musica sub communione, or is it even more? [p]IBS_Utrecht (Sep 2000)
9. Leahy, Anne Marie:   Text-Music Relationships in the 'Leipzig' Chorales of Johann Sebastian Bach. diss. (2002), xv, 223p
10. Leahy, Anne:   Vor deinen Thron tret ich: the eschatological significance of J.S. Bach's 'Leipzig' chorales. [p]BCB_Logrono (Jul 2002)
11. Leahy, Anne:   Music, Text, and Theology in J.S. Bach's chorale prelude Von Gott will ich nicht lassen BWV 658 [p]IATB_Eisenach (Mar 2002)
12. Leahy, Anne:   'Vor deinen Thron tret ich': the eschatological significance of J.S. Bach's 'Leipzig' chorales. [p]SMI_Maynooth (May 2003)
13. Leahy, Anne; Tomita, Yo (eds.):   Bach Studies from Dublin: Selected papers presented at the ninth biennial conference on Baroque music, held at Trinity College Dublin from 12th to 16th July 2000. IrishMStud 8 (2004), 270p
14. Leahy, Anne:   The image of Bach from a German-American perspective: Gerhard Herz and the modern American Bach movement. [p]ABS_NewBrunswick (Apr 2004)
15. Leahy, Anne; O'Toole, Redmond:   Bach's Prelude, Fugue and Allegro for lute (BWV 998): a Trinitarian statement of faith? [p]BICB_Manchester (Jul 2004)
16. Leahy, Anne:   Bach's Prelude, Fugue and Allegro for lute (BWV 998): A Trinitarian statement of faith? [p]SMI_Belfast (May 2004)
17. Leahy, Anne:   Bach's Prelude, Fugue and Allegro for lute (BWV 998): a Trinitarian Statement of Faith? JSMI 1 (2005), 33-51
18. Leahy, Anne:   'Vor deinen Thron tret ich': The Eschatological Significance of the Chorale Settings of the P271 Manuscript of the Berlin Staatsbibliothek. Bach 37/2 (2006), 81-118
19. Leahy, Anne:   Nun komm der Heiden Heiland: settings by the seventeenth-century predecessors of J.S. Bach. [p]BICB_Warsaw (Jul 2006)
20. Leahy, Anne:   Bach's Setting of the Hymn Tune 'Nun komm, der Heiden Heiland' in His Cantatas and Organ Works. [fs]Leaver65 (2007), 69-101
21. Leahy, Anne:   The American Image of Bach from a German Emigré's Perspective: Gerhard Herz and the Modern American Bach Movement. Bach 40/1 (2009), 58-79
22. Leahy, Anne:   J. S. Bach's 'Leipzig Chorale' Preludes: Music, Text, Theology. ContextBachStud 3 (2011), xxviii, 297p

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