Series: Bach-Jahrbuch

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Bach- Jahrbuch 1999 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff85. Jahrgang
Bach- Jahrbuch 2000 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff86. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 199177. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 199278. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 199379. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 1994 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff80. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 199581. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 1996 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff82. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 199783. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 199884. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 200187. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2003 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff89. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2004 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff90. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2005. 91. Jahrgang 2005 by Peter Wollny91. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2006 by Peter Wollny92. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2007 by Peter Wollny93. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 200894. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2009 by Peter Wollny95. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2010 by Peter Wollny96. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2011 by Peter Wollny97. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2012 by Peter Wollny98. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2013 by Peter Wollny99. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2014 by Peter Wollny100. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch. 88. Jahrgang 2002 by Hans-Joachim Schulze and Christoph Wolff88. Jahrgang
Bach-Jahrbuch 2015 by Peter Wollny101
Bach-Jahrbuch 2016 by Peter Wollny102

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This is a yearbook first published in 1904 by the Neue Bachgesellschaft of Leipzig and is one of the major publications relating to Bach scholarship.

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