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The Evolution of hymn-tunes from sacred and secular sources, and their worship values
Florence Alma Franke
Written in English
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University, 1933.
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“Revival Waves and Home Fires: The Rhetoric of Late Nineteenth Century Gospel Hymns.” Ph.D., University of Chicago, Franklin, Carol. “The German Chorale in the Hymnody of the General Conference Full text of "Nineteenth century hymnody, its historical, liturgical and literary other formats BOSTON UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL ITINETEEI^rTH CENTURY HYIINODY ITS HISTORICAL, LITURGICAX AND LITERARY VAXUSS A THESIS SUBMITTED BY L ILL IE-ANN M.
V/ERNER (B.R.E. BOSTON UNIVERSITY ) m PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS THE DEGREE Christian Music History Plainsong Church Music, Christian Music, Worship Music Borrowing from secular sources in order to "intoxicate the ear" was deplored in the 14th century by Pope John XXII, and the matter has never since been settled satisfactorily.
(hymn tunes) that Luther had collected. Choral Music in the Age of Luther adapted secular tunes to the needs of his Chorales, and, since the middle of the 20th century, folk and popular idioms have again been incorporated into the music of the church. 路德适应世俗的曲调，他Chorales的需要，而且， 由于成语在20世纪中叶，民间和大众再次被纳入教会的音乐。 Yale Journal of Music & Religion Vol.
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The purpose of this volume is to trace the history of the medieval Latin hymn from the point of view of usage. It must be evident to any student of a subject which is spread over a thousand years of human experience in the widening environment of an entire continent that a guiding thread is needed to show the :// 6 new directions April F or years, at FiF assemblies and in the pages of New Directions, we have expressed the desire to get off the battlefield and onto the mission field.
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_uqxd 8/28/08 AM Page ii The latest pockmark to appear on the already scarred face of CCM comes from one of evangelicalism's favorite "worship leaders," David Crowder of the David Crowder Band. Crowder, who is the author of the contemplative-promoting book, Praise Habit (referring to the habits worn by Catholic nuns), also participated in a contemplative/emergent conference with the likes MUSIC This article is arranged according to the following outline: introduction - written sources of direct and circumstantial evidence - the material relics and iconography - notated sources - oral tradition - archives and important collections of jewish music collections - history - biblical period - second temple period - the emergence of synagogue song - THE ROOTS OF SYNAGOGUE SONG.
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(The word "new" is placed in quotation marks, with respect to ideas that predate Western Civilization.) It is our aim to take a similarly ecumenical approach with the essays in this book, covering a wide range of philosophies and belief ://?q="Music+Religious+aspects."&search_field.
Preface: [To Come] Definition of the subject matter of the book and its historiographical method Chapter 1: THE CURTAIN GOES UP Literacy How and why music in the West came to be written down; the implications of literacy for music history-i.e., what happened-and for for music historiography, i.e., the narrative representation of what happened The Romans and the Franks The