Interest in keyboard transcriptions, dating back from J. S. Bach himself, peaked in popularity by the mid-19th and early 20th centuries. While transcriptions by pianists such as Liszt and Busoni have enjoyed relative popularity, most works created as part of the Russian/Soviet transcription tradition have generally remained unknown. The extensive list of transcribers begins with the Petersburgian Ivan Cherlitsky who produced the first published piano transcriptions of Bach's chorale preludes (1844-5) and continues to this day, encompassing musicians such as Sergey Rachmaninov and Tatiana Nikolaeva. This project, stemming from Nadia's Honours thesis and current doctoral work, aims to promote the works of these transcribers.