0:00 Intro

0:36 Start

1:58 What made you want to analyze Bach's 48 preludes?

4:26 Every prelude in the book has been transposed to C or Am

6:22 Is there one perfect analysis of Bach's compositions?

8:30 "The Walled Park of Closely Related Keys"

12:11 Would Bach go from C major directly to E minor?

12:42 Bach's use of closely related keys in the preludes

14:35 Looking at an example from the book 17:23 Talking about the nature of modulations in the 18th-century

22:02 Is Bach a galant musician, old school, or a transitional figure?

25:30 Do Heinichen and CPE Bach share any similarities in their systems of thoroughbass?

35:42 What is Bach's typical behavior in employing satzmodelle (schema theory)?

40:31 Is there anything controversial about your analysis of these preludes?

42:57 What would you say to someone who analyzes music with roman numerals and harmonic function theory about your book?

47:23 Which of the 48 preludes was the hardest to analyze?

58:23 What's the best way to realizing figures correctly?

1:04:40 How do you memorize all these rules of thoroughbass?

1:09:54 Reading Furno and learning that music is composed of consonances and dissonances

1:11:53 Does your interpretation of repertoire change from knowing thoroughbass?

1:16:24 What is the state of music theory in music education, how has it changed?

1:22:17 What future research would be good for thoroughbass?

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