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A new-media collaboration between the Hinkle Charitable Foundation, Northern Arizona University, the University of Oregon, the Oregon Bach Festival, and Hänssler Classic. The site contains:• Helmuth Rilling conducting the Gächinger Kantorei and the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart in their 1999 recording of the Mass in B Minor, courtesy of...
A new-media collaboration between the Hinkle Charitable Foundation, Northern Arizona University, the University of Oregon, the Oregon Bach Festival, and Hänssler Classic. The site contains:
• Helmuth Rilling conducting the Gächinger Kantorei and the Bach-Collegium Stuttgart in their 1999 recording of the Mass in B Minor, courtesy of Hänssler Classic.
• A digital reproduction of Insel Verlag's 1924 photo-facsimile of Bach's autograph manuscript of the Mass integrated with the Rilling audio, courtesy of Suhrkamp Insel Verlag and Yo Tomita at Queen's University, Belfast.
• Gordon Paine's translation (commissioned for this project) of Helmuth Rilling's 200-page book, Johann Sebastian Bach's B-Minor Mass. The book contains 156 musical examples from the Mass and the Cantatas, each integrated with score and audio, courtesy of Hänssler Classic.
• Three and one-half hours of video of lecture-concerts from the Oregon Bach Festival's Discovery Series of 2010, where Helmuth Rilling introduces and explains, with live performance examples, the five parts of the Mass.
• Bach's personal monogram as a color-filled teaching tool highlighting the compositional timeline, styles, practices, genres, forms, and performances forces of the Mass, as well as brief descriptions of each movement.
• Over 200 cuepoints of topical discussions linked to the score, including 110 on-point video examples from the Discovery Series.
• Ten (and more to be added) articles and book chapters contributed by leading Bach scholars commenting on the Bach's legacy and the Mass in B Minor.