Welcome to the website of BioBach-Music Book and Music Publishing LP

Our publisher offers the unusually displayed sheet music and analysis of Johann Sebastian Bach’s three fugues and the Chaconne for solo violin, published by composer Barnabás Dukay and violinist Márta Ábrahám. The essence of their special method of analysis lies in the visual approach of the works.

“…the printed musical texts undoubtedly offer a clear visual representation of the structural framework and inner detail of each fugue, admirably demonstrating their coherence and facilitating prospective performers’ appreciation and comprehension of Bach’s compositional processes.”

The STRAD

“It opened my eyes to a lot of new dimensions; I enthusiastically recommend these works to violinists and musicians of all ages. I raise my hat in front of the authors talent, work and commitment!”                                                                                                                                       Gábor Takács Nagy, violinist, conductor, founder of Takács Quartett

“Amazing book, research and presentation! This is a reference book, reading material for life. I will definitely return to it, discovering further layers of this masterpiece. Bravi!!!”
Hagai Shaham violinist, professor of Tel Aviv University

„A new approach to Bach’s solo violin works has been revealed.”
Gabriella Bokor – www.papageno.hu

„The text seems … like a lamplight suddenly falling onto a cathedral built from notes it leads us towards an understanding of its substance.
Fülöp Ránki – pianist

“The book ‘Excerpts from Eternity’ by Barnabás Dukay and Márta Ábrahám is a fascinating reading from beginning to the end and it leads the reader toward the central order of unification.”
Dr. Salamon Kamp – president of Hungarian Bach Society 

“Excerpts from Eternity is an enormously detailed analytical study which I found fascinating to read. The book illuminates beautifully both the great complexity of Bach’s compositional work and the unparalleled elegance of his musical language.”
Christoph Wolff – Harvard University Department of Music,
Adams University Professor, Emeritus 

“… Engem mindenek előtt a fejtegetések spirituális jellege fogott meg (annyi egyéb, okoskodó, papírszagú, öncélú elemzés és zenetörténeti okfejtés után), vagyis a nagy mű – amelyet Bach első felesége halálán érzett megrendülésből komponált – lényege. A szerzőknek sikerül a Ciaconna több éves, alázatos nyomon követése után közelebb hozni a felfoghatatlant, Johann Sebastian Bachot, akinek megadatott, hogy emberként belelásson Isten országába. Most egy kulcslyuknyi nekünk is jut belőle. Feltétlenül ajánlom mindazoknak, akik aktív zenészként vagy befogadóként ezt az élményt keresik.”
Batta András – zenetörténész, egyetemi tanár

„In their writing they point out not only musical but also art-historical points of interest and discoveries.”
Gabriella Bokor www.papageno.hu

“Barnabás Dukay and Márta Ábrahám carried out an exciting analysis in their book which resulted in an impressive dissertation which is quite innovative by international standards too.”
Zoltán Péter –  www.kortarsonline.hu

„The recording of Márta Ábrahám’s performance of the Partita provides a great resource for reading the notes of the music in a „multidimensional” way.”
Katalin Fittler –  www.gramofon.hu