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Michael Maul (born 1978) is a German musicologist noted for his work on Johann Sebastian Bach. He has been on the research staff of the Bach-Archiv Leipzig since 2002.
Maul's work attracted international attention with a discovery he made in 2005 in Weimar's Duchess Anna Amalia Library. This was Alles mit Gott und nichts ohn' ihn, BWV 1127, the first previously unknown vocal work by Bach to be found in 70 years. Further research in Weimar identified other previously unknown manuscripts in Bach's hand, this time of music by other composers, throwing light on his musical education.