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Christopher PECK
2008-05-22 09:47:37 UTC
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I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what do I
find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
I.N. Galidakis
2008-05-22 11:41:38 UTC
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Post by Christopher PECK
I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what
do I find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
Bach fans are the wisest humans and in general desire for talking is inversely
proportional to wisdom :-)
--
I.N. Galidakis
Mark & Steven Bornfeld
2008-05-22 19:07:35 UTC
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Post by Christopher PECK
I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what do I
find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
They're all waiting for you to come back.

Steve
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Mark & Steven Bornfeld DDS
http://www.dentaltwins.com
Brooklyn, NY
718-258-5001
Bill (Unique as my name)
2008-05-23 20:45:58 UTC
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Post by Christopher PECK
I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what do I
find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
I don't have anything all that intelligent to say. I just like Bach,
especially his fugue work on the keyboards. Maybe you could recommend
some reading for me. Welcome back.
p.e.r.i.o.d.i.c.
2008-05-27 18:48:54 UTC
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Post by Christopher PECK
I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what do I
find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
I'm here. I keep my eye on the group.
The occasional thread crops up.

Start one! We'll play along.

...
tension_on_the_wire
2008-05-30 06:55:26 UTC
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Post by Christopher PECK
I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what do I
find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
We're all busy listening.....

--tension
Arthur Ness
2008-05-30 11:14:47 UTC
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All the action's on the early music list. "Erbarme" from the St.
Matthew was mentioned and the parody cantata (BWV 244a) that uses it
served for a rather long thread.
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Post by Christopher PECK
I'm back to this newsgroup after a couple of years absence, and what do I
find? Just 2 messages!
What's happening to the Bach world
Reassure me please!
We're all busy listening.....

--tension
Mark & Steven Bornfeld
2008-05-31 15:15:05 UTC
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Post by Arthur Ness
All the action's on the early music list. "Erbarme" from the St.
Matthew was mentioned and the parody cantata (BWV 244a) that uses it
served for a rather long thread.
Arthur--

Do you ever look in on the Bach Recordings Yahoo mailing list? Seems
like a nice bunch of mostly knowledgeable people.
I know--another list to read is the thing you need most right now! ;-)

http://launch.groups.yahoo.com/group/BachRecordings/

Best,
Steve
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http://www.dentaltwins.com
Brooklyn, NY
718-258-5001
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