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Review: The Makers of the Sacred Harp

Ever since I had the opportunity to read ]]’s book on the topic, Traveling Home: Sacred Harp Singing and American

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In the Mail: The Sound of (Methodist) Music….

Thanks to Michael at the University of Illinois press, From the product description: Providing new insight into the Wesley family,

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Review: Traveling Home, Sacred Harp Singing and American Pluralism

Surely, some of you remember singing out of those shaped-note hymnals at Church some time ago. I grew up on

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Traveling Home without the Local Color

In the fifth chapter, Kiri Miller starts to scrape away some of the patina which surrounds Sacred Harp music but

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Traveling Home, Sacred Harp Singing and American Pluralism: Introduction

Product Description: Traveling Home is a compelling account of how the vibrant musical tradition of Sacred Harp singing brings together

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Review: God, Science, Sex, Gender – An Interdisciplinary Approach to Christian Ethics

While I have a long review, you have read most of it, so I am including the new material first,

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Interaction, Work and Sing – Labor Songs

Since today is Labor Day, and as part of the interaction with Richard D. Cohen’s book, ]], I thought that

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Interaction: God, Science, Sex, Gender – An Interdisciplinary Approach to Christian Ethics (3)

This will be a continuing dialogue as I read through this book. (Part 1 and Part 2) The final section,