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Jamie Monck

Paper Topic
There is speculation that the multi-movement works that house Bachs
two da capo fugues for lute, BWV 997 and BWV 998, contain a bounty
of religious symbolism. In this paper I hope to explore how Bachs
Lutheran beliefs influenced his secular music, in particular BWV 997 (a
partia in C minor containing a Prelude, Fugue, Saraband, Gigue and
Double) and BWV 998 (Prelude, Fugue and Allegro, in Eb major), and
how those beliefs were imparted in his composition.
Improvisation, da capos, and Palindromes in BWV 997 and 998
David Ledbetter
Bachs Prelude, Fugue, and Allegro for Lute (BWV 998): A Trinitarian
Statement of Faith? Anne Leahy
Johann Sebastian Bach: The Solo Lute Works Frank Koonce
The New Bach Reader Christoph Wolf
Music of the Baroque David Schulenberg
Johann Sebastian Bach: The Learned Musician Christoph Wolf