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Composer Web Sites
American Bach Society
Founded in 1972 to support the study, performance, and appreciation of the music of Johann Sebastian Bach in the United States and Canada.
"For the global community of Bach scholars."
American Handel Society
Founded in 1986, the society "seeks to foster study of the life, works, and times of George Frideric Handel, and to encourage and support the performance of his music."
International Heinrich Schütz Society
Detailed information on the "greatest German composer of the 17th century." (German only).
Composer Bibliographies, Research Guides & Companions
Oxford Online Bibliographies compile authoritatively selected and annotated citations for key reference works, collected correspondence, biographies, monographs, and articles relating to prominent composers. Research guides provide detailed listings for a composer's known musical and literary works followed by annotated bibliographies of the secondary literature on the composer's œuvre arranged by genre and important topics in the composer's life, career, and reception history—plus other features such as a genealogies, chronologies, and indexes. Companions collate major essays by established experts that address key aspects of the composer's career, creative work, style, and critical reception.