Church Music and Protestantism in Post-Reformation England breaks new ground in the religious history of Elizabethan England through a closely focused study of the role of music and the Reformation. By reintegrating music back into the study of the Elizabethan church, it provides an enriched understanding of the complex process of the formation of religious identity, and what it actually meant to be Protestant in post-Reformation England.Civic and ecclesiastical bodies shared both expertise and personnel in contributing to a common urban ... seem to have taken responsibility for the provision of sheet music, Psalters, and for the maintenance of the organ.112 An agreement from 1581 ... In light of the agreement, it seems reasonable to assume that another body may have taken over the instrumenta#39;s maintenance, and that it remained in regular use. ... 116 Peter Borsay, a#39;Sounding the Towna#39;, Urban History , 29/1 (2002): p.
|Title||:||Church Music and Protestantism in Post-Reformation England|
|Author||:||Dr Jonathan Willis|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Publishing, Ltd. - 2013-06-28|