Christian Music : A global history (revised and expanded) Paperback / softback
by Tim Dowley
Paperback / softback
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Christian Music: A Global History was originally published by Lion Hudson in 2011.
This new edition has been substantially extended and updated. Dr Tim Dowley's wide-ranging survey includes contributions from nine additional experts.
The book covers the Jewish musical tradition; early hymns and psalms; music after Constantine; the rise of music in the Orthodox tradition; Christian chant and the core of medieval music; polyphony in the medieval and Renaissance eras; music and the Lutheran Reformation; the rise of Catholic Baroque; the development of Anglican worship; Christian music in Latin America; the Viennese tradition of liturgical and non-liturgical sacred music; sacred music in the age of Romanticism; 19th-century hymns; the steadily developing tradition of Christian music in Africa; sacred music and the concert hall; music and The Salvation Army; the rise of carols; popular church music in the 20th century; the making of the American Gospel tradition; Christian music in SE Asia; musical traditions in Australia and New Zealand, and in the Pacific Islands; Christian elements in the rise of folk and jazz; and the rise of the contemporary Christian music industry.
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- Format:Paperback / softback
- Pages:336 pages
- Publisher:SPCK Publishing
- Publication Date:20/10/2018
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