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, aims to promote the works of these transcribers.