This is Volume 18 of eighteen in a book series on Musicology. Originally published in 1996, this is a collection of essays in honor or Paul Brainard. Critica Musica-thinking critically about music-is at the heart of Paul Brainard's long career, and of his legacy to his students, colleagues, and friends. As a scholar, performer, and teacher, Professor Brainard has embodied a thorough, meticulous, and reasoned approach to music and scholarship that has set a high standard for all who have come in contact with him.

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The Violins in Bach’s St. John Passion

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Beethoven and Shakespeare