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Michael Marissen, Professor (Music)

Book

Marissen, M. 2008. Bach's Oratorios: The Parallel German-English Texts with Annotations. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Marissen, M. 1999. The Social and Religious Designs of J.S. Bach's Brandenburg Concertos. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
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Melamed, D.R., and M. Marrissen. 1998. An Introduction to Bach Studies. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Marissen, M. 1998. Lutheranism, Anti-Judaism, and Bach's St. John Passion: With an Annotated Literal Translation of the Libretto. New York: Oxford University Press.
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Book Chapter

Marissen, M. 2007. Historically Informed Rendering of the Librettos from Bach's Church Cantatas. In Music and Theology: Essays in Honor of Robin A. Leaver, edited by D. Zager, 103-120. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow.
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Marissen, M. 2004. Performance Practice Issues that Affect Meaning in Two Bach Instrumental Works. In Historical Musicology: Sources, Methods, Interpretations, edited by S.A. Crist and R. Marvin, 85-94. Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.
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Marissen, M. 1999. Aufführungspraxis und bedeutung in zwei instrumentalwerken Johann Sebastian Bachs. In Bach und die stile, edited by M. Geck and K. Hofmann, 291-301. Dortmund, Germany: Klangfarben Musikverlag.
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Melamed, D.R., and M. Marrissen. 1999. Bach, Johann Sebastian: Biographies. In Reader's Guide to Music: History, Theory, and Criticism, edited by M. Steib, 36-37. Chicago, IL: Fitzroy Dearborn.
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Marissen, M. 1999. Brandenburg Concertos, Christian Ludwig, Margrave of Brandenburg, Musical Offering, Recorder. In J.S. Bach: Oxford Composer Companions, edited by M. Boyd, 68-73, 95-100, 308-311, 408-409. London: Oxford University Press.
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Edited Book

1998. Bach Perspectives (Vol. 3): Creative Responses to Bach from Mozart to Hindemith. M. Marissen, ed. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press.
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Journal

Marissen, M. 2010. Handel's "Messiah": Text, Music, Theologie. Eighteenth Century Music 7 (1): 109-111.
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Marissen, M. 2007. Handel, Messiah, and the Jews. Swarthmore College Bulletin 105 (2): 14-15.
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Marissen, M. 2007. Rejoicing against Judaism in Handel's "Messiah". Journal of Musicology 24 (2): 167-194.
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Marissen, M. 2005. Blood, People, and Crowds in Matthew, Luther, and Bach. Lutheran Quarterly 19 (1): 1-22.
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Marissen, M. 2003. The Character and Sources of the Anti-Judaism in Bach's Cantata 46. Harvard Theological Review 96 (1): 63-99.
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Marissen, M. 2002. On the Musically Theological in J.S. Bach's Church Cantatas. Lutheran Quarterly 16 (1): 48-64.
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Marissen, M., P. Fredriksen, T. Hall, and C. Leighton. 2001. When Words Hurt: The Gospel of John, Bach's music and Religious Intolerance. Sidic 34 (3): 19-28.
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Fassler, M., S. Fraade, M. Marrissen, and W. Meeks. 1998. Conversations on John's Gospel and Bach's St. John Passion. Spectrum 18 (1): 10-11.
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Marissen, M. 1998. Is Religious Faith Incompatible with Academic Life?. Swarthmore College Bulletin 96 (December): 3.
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Marissen, M., and J.H. Roberts. Communications. Journal of the American Musicological Society 64 (2): 471-478.
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Magazine/Newspaper Article

Marissen, M. 2007. Unsettling History of that Joyous "Hallelujah". New York Times, April 8.
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Marissen, M. 2000. Perspectives on the "St. John Passion" and the Jews. New York Times, April 2.
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Other

Marissen, M. 2005. Liner Notes to Music of J.S. Bach by E. Walhout, and B. Schenkman. Baton Rouge, LA: Centaur Records.

Marissen, M. 2001. Liner Notes to Bach's Brandenburg Concertos, directed by M. Suzuki. Sweden: BIS Records.

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