This is the age of total silliness, as a passing glance at many of the current news headlines will reveal. The Case of Mrs. Bach is one such silly example on the cultural/music-historical front. We hope the current commentary in the New Yorker puts it all to rest. We remain, however, on other fronts, strong defenders of musicians named Anna or Anne.
The Search for Mrs. Bach: Could Johann Sebastian Bach’s second wife have written his cello suites?