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    TDC: Just an update in case you were waiting. I didn't forget the diagram--I confused my topics. I've been reading several other books and articles re/ the history of the "oratiorio"--particularly it's early history: what a confusing, difficult topic! (I mixed that up with my reading re/ Buxtehude and other influences on Bach's cantatas.) No diagram of the history of the oratorio will be forthcoming anytime soon.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JosefinaHW View Post
    TDC: Just an update in case you were waiting. I didn't forget the diagram--I confused my topics. I've been reading several other books and articles re/ the history of the "oratiorio"--particularly it's early history: what a confusing, difficult topic! (I mixed that up with my reading re/ Buxtehude and other influences on Bach's cantatas.) No diagram of the history of the oratorio will be forthcoming anytime soon.
    No worries.

    Lassus being the foundation of German Baroque was an interesting suggestion...not sure if it is correct, but I listened to some Lassus yesterday and found it enjoyable.

    I will say to my ears Schütz and Buxtehude sound like the foundation of the North German Baroque sound, culminating in the music of J.S. Bach.

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