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'A Directory of J.S. Bach Resources on the Internet'
Johann Sebastian Bach - Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )
'This site endeavors to answer oft-asked and oft-heard questions about Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) and his work, explain basic facts and concepts about his music, its forms, techniques, context, etc., shed light on common misunderstandings, and provide pointers to further information on and off the web. This FAQ is directed largely at those unfamiliar or only somewhat familiar with Bach and his work, whether otherwise knowledgeable about so-called "classical music" or not; it is not intended to be a comprehensive, encyclopaedic, or scholarly resource (although we provide pointers to more complete Bach resources).'
Analysis Bibliography Biography Educational Links Newsgroups Recordings Works
The J.S. Bach newsgroup 'alt.music.j-s-bach'
A newsgroup dedicated to the discussion of J.S. Bach and his music.
Note: you must have Newsgroup software properly configured and your ISP must carry alt.music.j-s-bach. If you cannot access alt.music.j-s-bach through these means, you can access it via DejaNews at http://www.dejanews.com.
Harpsichords and Related Topics
'HPSCHD-L is an electronic mailing list devoted to early stringed keyboard instruments: harpsichords, clavichords, fortepianos, virginals, and all similar instruments except the modern piano. The list is an open forum for all topics related to these instruments, including their theory and principles of construction, decoration, and history and evolution from their earliest beginnings through modern times.'
Early Music FAQ
'This is the Frequently Asked Questions page for Early Music (Western music of the Medieval, Renaissance & Baroque eras). We attempt to cover all aspects in greater or lesser depth.'
Bibliography Biography Events Instruments Links Newsgroups Performers Recordings
Note: To enter this newsgroup you need properly configured newsgroup software and your ISP must carry this newsgroup. If you cannot access this newsgroup through these means, you can access it via DejaNews at http://www.dejanews.com.
bach-list Home/FAQ Page
bach-list is a mail list devoted to discussion of Johann Sebastian Bach and the rest of the Bach family.
Classical Music FAQ
The FAQ for the newsgroup rec.music.classical.
Edited and compiled by the late Gabe Wiener, creator of the Bach newsgroup alt.music.j-s-bach.