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|Notes:||"Formerly published as Jubilate!, church music in the evangelical tradition"--Cover.
"Code no. 1631."
|Description:||xxii, 599 pages ; 23 cm|
|Contents:||Foreword : the pilgrimage of a schizophrenic musician --
Introduction : who are the evangelicals? --
General considerations. Music : God's gift to us --
Church music : a functional art --
Church music languages : communication, confusion, and conflict --
Authority and responsibility in church music --
The nature of christian worship in relation to its musical expression --
History of music in Christian worship and renewal. Music and worship in Bible times --
Music in worship and renewal from the second through the 15th centuries --
Music in worship and renewal in Europe in the 16th through the 18th centuries --
Music in worship and renewal in America through the 19th century --
Music in worship and renewal in America in the 20th century --
Practical applications. Worship/music revolution in the late 20th century --
The drama of worship for contemporary believers --
Music in special services of worship, including weddings, funerals, baptisms, and child dedications --
Music in evangelism : proclamation and fellowship --
Music in foreign missions : proclamation and education --
Music for choirs : education and pastoral care --
Music for the congregation --
Music for instrumentalists --
Music for soloists and small ensembles --
An epilog : is this one of God's terrible springtimes?
|Other Titles:||Jubilate two
|Responsibility:||Donald P. Hustad.|