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Two centuries of Bach, an account of changing taste
|Statement||by Friedrich Blume ; translated by Stanley Godman.|
|Series||Da Capo Press music reprint series|
|LC Classifications||ML410.B1 B6512 1978|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||77027291|
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Blume, Friedrich, Two Centuries of Bach: An Account of Changing Taste, trans. Stanley Godman (London: Oxford University Press, ). Breig, Werner, “ Grundzüge einer Geschichte von Bachs vierstimmigem Choralsatz,” Archiv für Musikwissenschaft 45/3 (), – 'Two Centuries of Bach: an account of changing taste' by Friedrich Blume, Professor of Musi-cology at the University of Kiel *: a book that should be in the hands of all who at the call of the centenary wish to refresh their faith and knowledge.
An early name in its list is that of Johann Friedrich Doles, Bach's second suc-cessor at the. A key item is a small but seminal book which found its way to English-speaking countries thanks to Godman. Two Centuries of Bach: An Account of Changing Taste, by the German musicologist Friedrich Blume (), was translated by Godman and published in by Oxford University Press in observance of the Bach bicentenary year.
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Of course the differences between Bach and the Li family are vast—in society, history, belief, and so on. Western art cultures, with their faster pace of change, have long placed value on novelty; and in this case there has been a clear change of function over the two centuries since Bach’s day, from church liturgy to secular concerts.
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