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1 Ch 19 - Bach and Aesthetics  LizardD pages 1-7. 15:16 Listen PL OK
2 Ch 20 - Poetic Music and Pictorial Music  Lisa57 pages 7- 25

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3 Ch 21 Part 1 - Word and Tone in Bach   pages 25-35 From beginning of chapter to "too intellectual for the purpose".

Words 2728
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4 Ch21p1 Singing   p28a male
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5 Ch 21 Part 2 - Word and Tone in Bach continued   pages 35-49 From "His conception of the Bible words" to "obedience to an inner law".

Words 4743
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6 Ch21 p2 Music  mightyfelix p45a p46a p47a Listen PL OK
7 Ch 21 Part 3 - Word and Tone in Bach continued   pages 49-56 From "Wagner maintained that Beethoven" to end of Chapter 21.

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8 Ch 21 p3 Music  mightyfelix p53a p54a p54b p54c Listen PL OK
9 Ch 22 Part 1 - The Musical Language of the Chorales  LizardD pages 56-64 From Beginning of Chapter to "assumes a still more indefinite form".

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10 Ch 22 p1 Music  mightyfelix p56a p56b p56c p57a p58a p58b p60a p60b p61c p62a p62b p63a p63b p63c p63d p64a Assigned
11 Ch 22 Part 2 - The Musical Language of the Chorales continued  LizardD pages 64 - 74 From "The Motives of Grief" to end of Chapter 22.

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12 Ch 22 p2 Music   p65a p65b p66a p66b p69a p72a p72b p73a p73b p74a p74b Open
13 Ch 23 Part 1 - The Musical Language of the Cantatas   pages 74 - 86 From beginning of Chapter up to "a long series of violent convulsions".

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14 Ch23 p1 Singing   p84b Male
piano recording here
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15 Ch 23 p1 Music   p75a p75b p75c p75d p76a p76b p76c p77a p78a p78x p79a p79b p80a p80b p80c p81a p81b p81c p82a p82b p82c p83a p83b p84a p84b p85a p85b p86a Open
16 Ch 23 Part 2 - The Musical Language of the Cantatas continued   pages 86 "The Step Motives" - 99 up to beginning of "The Rhythms of Felicity".

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17 ch 23 p2 Music   "p86b p87a p87b p87c p88a p88b p88c p89a p89b p89 c p89d p89e p90a p90b p90c p91a p91b p91c p92a p92b p92c p93a p94a p94b p94c p94d p95a p95b p95c p96a p96 b p96c p96c (same as p95c rhythm), p97a (rhythm same as p95c) p97b p97c? (only notation) p97d? (only notation) p98a rhythm like p95c p99a same as p95c Open
18 Ch 23 Part 3 - The Musical Language of the Cantatas continued   pages 99 "The Rhythms of Felicity" to 114 up to beginning of "The Co-operation of the Motives".

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19 ch 23 p3 music   "p99a (rhythm), p99b p99c p100a p100b p100c p100d p101a p101b p101c p101d p101e p102a p102b (rhythm) p102c p102d p103a p103b p104a p104b p105a p105b p106a p106b p106c p106d p107a p107b p107c p108a p108b p109a p109b p109c (Rhythm) p109d (Rhythm) p110a p110b p110c p111a p111b p111c p112a p112b p112c p113a p113b p114a p114b Open
20 Ch 23 Part 4 - The Musical Language of the Cantatas continued   pages 114 "The Co-operation of the Motives" to end of Chapter 23.

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21 C23 p4 Music   p115a p115b p116a p116b p117a p117b p118a p118b p119a p120a p120b Open
22 Ch 24 Pt 1- The Arnstadt, Muhlhausen, Weimar, and Cothen Cantatas   Pages 122-134, through "The chorus contributes only the final chorale."
Words 4168
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23 Ch 24 Pt1 Music   125a 132a 132b 134a 134b Open
24 Ch24 Pt1 Singing   Pg124a male
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25 Ch24 Pt2 - The Arnstadt, Muhlhausen, Weimar, and Cothen Cantatas continued   Pg 135 "The cantata Mein Gott, wie lang', ach lange" through the end of the chapter
Words 3836
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26 Ch24 Pt2 music   135a 136a 136b 137c 138a 138b 141a 141b 143a 144a 144b 145a 145b 147a Open
27 Ch24 Pt2 Singing   Female
Pg137a piano recording here
Pg137b piano recording here
Pg139a piano recording here
Pg148a piano recording here
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28 Ch 25 Pt1 - The Leipzig Cantatas of 1723 and 1724   Pages 148-155, ending with "new version of 1730 in his works."
Words 2177
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29 Ch25 Pt1 music   150a 150b 151a 151b 153a (rhythm; this rhythm continues of pg154; save entire rhythm together as 153a) 154a (rhythm) 154b Open
30 Ch 25 Pt2 - The Leipzig Cantatas of 1723 and 1724 continued   Pages 155 "On the Sunday after New Year" through the end of the chapter
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31 Ch25 Pt2 music   156a 157a 157b 158a 158b 158c 158d 159a 160a 161a 161b 162a 162b 163a 163b 165a Open
32 Ch26 Pt1 - The Magnificat and the St. John Passion   Pages 166-176. Read through "the state of the various parts." Words 3031. Please do be sure to read the footnote on page 171. Open
33 Ch 26 Pt1 music   168a 168b 169a 169c 169d 170a 170b 170c 170d 170e 171a Open
34 Ch26 Pt1 singing   Pg169b Female
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35 Ch26 Pt2 - The Magnificat and the St. John Passion continued   Page 176 "The score of the St. John Passion" through the end of the chapter. Words 2536. Open
36 Ch26 Pt2 music   179b 181a 182a 182b 183a 183c 183d 183e 184a 184b 185a Open
37 Ch26 Pt2 singing   Pg178a Male
piano recording here
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38 Ch26 Pt2 singing   Pg178b Male
piano recording here
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39 Ch26 Pt2 singing   Pg178c Female
piano recording here
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40 Ch26 Pt2 singing   Pg178d Male
piano recording here
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41 Ch26 Pt2 singing   179a Female
piano recording here
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42 Ch26 Pt2 singing   183b Male
piano recording here
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